re-establish

гл.
1) восстанавливать(ся)
2) возвращать на прежнее место;
восстанавливать в должности, звании и т.д.
3) исправлять, поправлять восстанавливать - to * a firm's credit восстановить кредит фирмы - to * smb. in his possessions вернуть кому-л. его владения - I am now *ed я поправился исправлять, поправлять - to * one's affairs поправить свои дела перенести на другое место - to * the flooded town on a new site перенести затопляемый город на новое /другое/ место - to * refugees in new homes устроить беженцев на новом месте

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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