Definition of rejuvenation in English:

rejuvenation

noun

mass noun
  • 1The action or process of making someone or something look or feel better, younger, or more vital.

    ‘plans for the rejuvenation of the area’
    ‘treatment for facial rejuvenation’
    • ‘In fact, the move has made possible the rejuvenation of the museum, which will make the much-loved building more welcoming.’
    • ‘The docklands area is set for further rejuvenation.’
    • ‘The Renaissance was, as its name implies, a period of renewal, invention, and rejuvenation of both music and instruments.’
    • ‘The recent publication of his works has allowed for a rejuvenation of sorts to occur.’
    • ‘You can't make up for bad habits with a week or two of "rejuvenation."’
    • ‘Summer is a time when we all seek opportunity for refreshment and rejuvenation.’
    • ‘The mountain spa is a luxury retreat which offers rejuvenation in a wilderness setting.’
    • ‘The rejuvenation of the sales force should help.’
    • ‘The area has experienced significant rejuvenation in recent times.’
    • ‘A modest investment could be a catalyst for the rejuvenation of an historic industrial area.’
    1. 1.1 The action of restoring a river or stream to a condition characteristic of a younger landscape.
      ‘they were instrumental in the rejuvenation of the river’
      • ‘The rejuvenation of five rivers has changed them into perennial water sources rather than dead, dry water-courses through which water flowed only during the monsoons.’
      • ‘The short and long-term benefits are replenishments of precious ground water reserves, rejuvenation of wetland habitats, boosts to infrastructure needs, and opportunities for community bonding.’
      • ‘The firm is also helping in rejuvenation of traditional water bodies called 'bawaris' in Rajasthan.’
      • ‘They were instrumental in the rejuvenation of the river Torridge which was, at the time, heavily polluted by farm effluent.’
      • ‘Construction on the banks would make the river's rejuvenation close to impossible.’
      • ‘The film documents how a movement for the stream's rejuvenation witnessed public participation before the 160-km rivulet was finally cleaned.’
      • ‘The students, apart from gaining knowledge of water rejuvenation, experienced the warmth of Nature during the event.’
      • ‘He said declaring the area a national park would ensure the rejuvenation of the wetlands.’
      • ‘These, in turn, are models for river rejuvenation in other parts of the globe.’

Pronunciation

rejuvenation

/rɪdʒuːvəˈneɪʃ(ə)n/