Meaning of reinvigoration in English:

reinvigoration

noun

See reinvigorate

  • ‘I'll do it again if I'm in need of reinvigoration.’
  • ‘One friend puts a lot of his reinvigoration down to simply knowing that he will never have to fight another general election again.’
  • ‘After the meeting, the delegates voiced satisfaction over the reinvigoration of political dialogue between the two countries.’
  • ‘The reinvigoration of a 75 year old cultural agenda signals, if we're not mistaken, a shift in culture.’
  • ‘It is right that the world now looks to a reinvigoration of higher education in Africa.’

Pronunciation

reinvigoration

/riːɪnvɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/