invigorate ( invigorates 3rd person present) ( invigorating present participle) ( invigorated past tense & past participle )
1 verb If something invigorates you, it makes you feel more energetic.
Take a deep breath in to invigorate you. V n
invigorated adj usu v-link ADJ
She seemed invigorated, full of life and energy.
2 verb To invigorate a situation or a process means to make it more efficient or more effective.
...the promise that they would invigorate the economy... V n
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
animate, brace, buck up (informal) energize, enliven, exhilarate, fortify, freshen (up), galvanize, harden, liven up, nerve, pep up, perk up, put new heart into, quicken, refresh, rejuvenate, revitalize, stimulate, strengthen
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