自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 恢复健康；复原 When you recover from an illness or an injury, you become well again.
He is recovering from a knee injury...
A policeman was recovering in hospital last night after being stabbed...
VERB （从不开心或不愉快的经历中）恢复，复原 If you recover from an unhappy or unpleasant experience, you stop being upset by it.
...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.
VERB （从弱势或困境中）好转，扭转，恢复 If something recovers from a period of weakness or difficulty, it improves or gets stronger again.
He recovered from a 4-2 deficit to reach the quarter-finals...
The stock-market index fell by 80% before it began to recover.
VERB 重新找到;重新拿回 If you recover something that has been lost or stolen, you find it or get it back.
Police raided five houses in south-east London and recovered stolen goods...
Rescue teams recovered more bodies from the rubble.
VERB 恢复（意识、神志或身体状态） If you recover a mental or physical state, it comes back again. For example, if you recover consciousness, you become conscious again.
For a minute he looked uncertain, and then recovered his composure...
She had a severe attack of asthma and it took an hour to recover her breath...
VERB 收回（花掉、投资或借出的钱） If you recover money that you have spent, invested, or lent to someone, you get the same amount back.
Legal action is being taken to try to recover the money...
The British market alone was not large enough to recover their costs of production.