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will have recovered
-habré recuperado
Future perfectconjugation ofrecover. There are other translations for this conjugation.
will have re-covered
Future perfectconjugation ofre-cover. There are other translations for this conjugation.


A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to return to a normal state)
a. recuperar
Exercising helped him recover his strength after the operation.El ejercicio le ayudó a recuperar la fuerza después de la operación.
b. recobrar
She hasn't recovered consciousness since the accident.No ha recobrado la consciencia desde el accidente.
2. (to regain possession of)
a. recuperar
Fortunately, they were able to recover my files after my computer crashed.Afortunadamente, lograron recuperar mis archivos después de que la computadora se bloqueó.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
3. (to return to normal)
a. recuperarse
Have you recovered from the flu?¿Ya te recuperaste de la gripe?
b. reponerse
It took me a while to recover from the scare.Me tomó un rato reponerme del susto.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. ((gen) &)
a. recuperar (computers)
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
2. (from illness, setback)
a. recuperarse
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recover [rɪˈkʌvəʳ]
transitive verb
1 (regain) [+faculty] recuperar; recobrar (formal)
he fought to recover his balance luchó por recuperar or (formal) recobrar el equilibrio
he was beginning to recover the use of his legs I'll be really worried if she doesn't recover her appetite soon it took me a long time to recover my strength she was not sanguine about her husband's ever recovering the use of his limbs it's unlikely that you will recover your sight after the crash it took him a while to recover his confidence to recover one's [breath] she had a severe attack of asthma and it took an hour to recover her breath I stopped to recover my breath before carrying on up the hill
to recover consciousness recobrar el conocimiento
she never recovered consciousness she briefly recovered consciousness before she died he recovered consciousness lying on the floor to recover one's [health] she has not yet fully recovered her health he took up walking to recover his health to recover [lost time] he had to do extra studying to recover lost time to recover [o.s.]
recovering himself with a masterly effort he resumed his narrative reponiéndose or sobreponiéndose con un esfuerzo sobrehumano, terminó su narración
the tears had stopped and she had quite recovered herself she looked shocked for a moment, recovered herself and said "that's wonderful" he recovered himself enough to say "congratulations" to recover one's [senses] as I recovered my senses I realised I was bathed in a cold sweat he became unconscious for a short time and then recovered himself and continued to try to fly the plane I hadn't fully recovered my senses from reading his letter we as an organization had been able to recover our senses and admit that a wrong decision had been made
2 (retrieve) [+bodies, wreck] rescatar; [+debt] cobrar; [+stolen property, costs, losses, investment] recuperar; (Jur) [+money] recuperar; [+property] reivindicar; recuperar; (Comput) [+data] recobrar; recuperar
the little seaplane was eventually recovered rescue teams recovered more bodies from the rubble it would mean a lot to me to recover those documents police raided five houses in south-east London and recovered stolen goods two men in their early 20s were arrested, but /only about half the stolen beer was recovered/ she was mugged on her way to a meeting - fortunately she was not seriously hurt and /her purse was later recovered/ it's all the more urgent to arm the Bosnians now and help them to get started on recovering their territory Bolivia's attempts to recover land lost to Chile in the War of the Pacific it will be imposible to recover data affected by this virus the Crown would not be able to recover land which had been transferred to the state-owned enterprises legal action is being taken to try to recover the money the landlord will recover possession of the property automatically this does not mean that they will not take vigorous action to recover the debts to recover sth [from] sb
to recover damages from sb ser indemnizado por daños y perjuicios por algn
passengers who suffer physical injuries and accompanying mental injuries might be able to recover damages the British market alone was not large enough to recover their costs of production airlines have a real incentive to try to recover costs we recovered our purchase price in the first year some investors sought to recover losses sustained earlier in the week several factors determine how fast the machine owner can recover his capital they want to recover as much of their investment as possible
3 (reclaim) [+materials] recuperar
to recover land from the sea they managed to recover 150 tons of metal from the demolished building
intransitive verb
1 (after accident, illness) reponerse; recuperarse; restablecerse;from de; (after shock, blow) sobreponerse; reponerse;from de
he recovered from being 4-2 down to reach the semi-finals se recuperó tras ir perdiendo 4-2 y llegó a las semifinales
she has is fully recovered now he is recovering from a knee injury a policeman was recovering in hospital last night after being stabbed it was weeks before he fully recovered he is still recovering from surgery when I had recovered from the shock a tragedy from which he never fully recovered her plane broke down and it was 18 hours before she got there - it took her three days to recover her death was a great grief to him and I doubt if he ever recovered afterwards they took a long time to recover from this shock
2 (Economics) [+currency] recuperarse; restablecerse; [+shares, stock market] volver a subir; [+economy] reactivarse
/the dollar recovered slightly against the yen/ in European trading this morning the stockmarket index fell by 80% before it began to recover shares appeared to be recovering after yesterday's sharp declines they also expect to see house prices recover this year the recession will not end until the housing market recovers [right] to recover
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