to rehabilitate

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English - Turkish
rehabilite etmek
{f} tamir etmek
tedavi ederek sağlığına kavuşturmak
ıslah etmek
eski haline getirmek
yararlı duruma getirmek
eski görev
normal hale getirmek
rütbe ya da haklarını geri vermek
(Tıp, İlaç) içki ve uyuşturucu bağımlılarının bu kötü alışkanlıklarını bırakmaları için gittikleri klinik programı

Telafi etmek rehabilitasyona doğru ilk adımdır. - Making amends is the first step toward rehabilitation.

Rehabilitasyona gitmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to go to rehab.

Namus veya itibarını iade etmek, eski haklarını iade etmek
İyileştirmek, eski sağlığına kavuşturmak
Yeniden ehliyetini vermek
{f} itibarını iade etmek
{f} iade etmek (hak)
eski haline döndürmek
(Tıp) Kişiyi belli bir iş üzerinde yetenekli kılmak, fiziksel yetenekleri verimli bir işe yöneltmek
hakları geri vermek
sağlığına kavuşturmak
{f} onarmak
iade etmek itibarını iade etmek
English - English
To restore to (a criminal etc.) the necessary training and education to allow for a successful reintegration into society; to retrain
To restore or repair (a vehicle, building); to make habitable or usable again
To go through such a process; to recover
To return (someone) to good health after illness, addiction etc
To return (something) to its original condition
To vindicate; to restore the reputation or image of (a person, concept etc.)
To restore (someone) to their former state, reputation, possessions, status etc
to restore to a former status, capacity, right rank, or privilege
{f} restore to good health or condition; clear a name, restore a person's good reputation
reinstall politically; "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime"
To treat land, buildings or structures so that their use or condition is restored to its former use or condition, or may be changed to another use or condition that is or will be compatible with adjacent land uses
To restore to effectiveness or normal life by training etc , esp after imprisonment or illness; to restore to former privileges or reputation or a proper condition Derivative (rehabilitative adj ; rehabilitation n [medieval Latin: rehabilitare (as re-, habilitate)])
To rehabilitate someone who has been ill or in prison means to help them to live a normal life again. To rehabilitate someone who has a drug or alcohol problem means to help them stop using drugs or alcohol. Considerable efforts have been made to rehabilitate patients who have suffered in this way. + rehabilitation re·ha·bili·ta·tion the rehabilitation of young offenders
to restore a structure to a condition of good repair
To invest or clothe again with some right, authority, or dignity; to restore to a former capacity; to reinstate; to qualify again; to restore, as a delinquent, to a former right, rank, or privilege lost or forfeited; - - a term of civil and canon law
To restore or repair, to make habitable again
To care for an animal until it is in good health again and can be released to its natural habitat
To rescue from a state of decadence or decrepitude
If someone is rehabilitated, they begin to be considered acceptable again after a period during which they have been rejected or severely criticized. Ten years later, Dreyfus was rehabilitated His candidacy has divided the party; while most have scorned him, others have sought to rehabilitate him
To return to good graces in the eyes of society after committing but suffering punishment for a crime
restore to a state of good condition or operation
help to re-adapt, as to a former state of health or good repute; "The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated"; "After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated"
To restore, refurbish, bring back to original condition
restore to a state of good condition or operation reinstall politically; "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime
to rehabilitate


    to re·ha·bi·li·tate

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı rihıbîlıteyt


    /tə ˌrēhəˈbələˌtāt/ /tə ˌriːhəˈbɪləˌteɪt/

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