Recuperation

• (n..) Recovery, as of anything lost, especially of the health or strength.
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recuperation

(L. recuperatio) the recovery of health and strength.
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recuperation

(re-koo″pәr-a´shәn) recovery of health and strength.
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Recuperation

[politics] Recuperation, in the sociological sense, is the process by which politically radical ideas and images are twisted, co-opted, absorbed, defused, incorporated, annexed and commodified within media culture and bourgeois society, and thus become interpreted through a neutralized, innocuous or more socially conventional perspective. M...
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Recuperation

[recovery] Recuperation, in common usage, refers to a period of recovery. This has many uses, from medicine, in which sense it refers to the process by which medical patients recover from disease, injury, or mental illness, or finance, where it refers to the financial recovery of an individual or company. ...
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Recuperation

Re·cu`per·a'tion noun . [ Latin recuperatio : confer French récup...ration .] Recovery, as of anything lost, especially of the health or strength.
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recuperation

The recovery of health and strength. ... Origin: L. Recuperatio ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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recuperation

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-kū′pĕr-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Recovery of or restoration to the normal state of health and function.
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