- restore ► VERB 1) return to a former condition, place, or owner. 2) repair or renovate (a building, work of art, etc.). 3) bring back (a previous practice, right, or situation); reinstate.DERIVATIVES restorable adjective restorer noun.ORIGIN Latin restaurare 'rebuild, restore' .
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Restorer — Re*stor er, n. One who, or that which, restores. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
restorer — re|stor|er [rıˈsto:rə US ər] n 1.) a person whose job is repairing old things ▪ an art restorer 2.) someone who brings back something that existed before ▪ He was described as a restorer of peace and order … Dictionary of contemporary English
restorer — [[t]rɪstɔ͟ːrə(r)[/t]] restorers N COUNT: oft n N A restorer is someone whose job it is to repair old buildings, paintings, and furniture so that they are look like they did when they were new. ...an antiques restorer … English dictionary
restorer — noun Restorer is used after these nouns: ↑furniture … Collocations dictionary
restorer — See finish restorer … Dictionary of automotive terms
restorer — noun see restore … New Collegiate Dictionary
restorer — See restore. * * * … Universalium
restorer — 1. noun One who restores. 2. verb to restore circa 1170 … Wiktionary
Restorer — Восстановитель … Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии
restorer — re storÂ·er || rÉª stÉ”rÉ™(r) / stÉ”Ë n. one who returns something to its previous condition; rebuilder, reconstructor … English contemporary dictionary