[+interest] regain m
→ There has been a resurgence of interest in golf in the USA.
[+violence, racism, nationalism] regain m
→ Police say drug traffickers are behind the resurgence of violence.
→ Johnston condemned the resurgence of racism in Europe.
[+currency, market, economy] reprise f
→ The market was lift by the resurgence of the dollar.
→ a resurgence in the housing market
→ a period of economic resurgence
[+party, team] renaissance f
→ the resurgence of the Scottish National Party as a force in politics
→ Despite a spirited resurgence in the third set, he went on to lose the match.