transitive verb-·ized·, -·iz·ing
The city has approved plans to revitalize the historical downtown area.
An example of revitalize is to bring new businesses into an old downtown area.
transitive verbre·vi·tal·ized, re·vi·tal·iz·ing, re·vi·tal·iz·es
(third-person singular simple present revitalizes, present participle revitalizing, simple past and past participle revitalized)
- (American) Alternative spelling of revitalise.
re- +"Ž vital +"Ž -ize
- A very unique engagement ring coupled with a traditional setting and standard "will you marry me" does not constitute a creative proposal, but choosing an outrageous setting or cryptic question can revitalize the event.
- Completing an online education degree for your own professional development will revitalize your methods and put you in contact with interesting and innovative ideas from instructors around the globe.
- This combination cleanser and freshener contains ingredients like fresh strawberry cells, rose geranium, lemon verbena, golden jojoba oil, and vitamins A, C, and E to freshen and revitalize dry skin.
- If you have any managerial experience or previously owned a business, a troubled company allows you to use your supervisory skills to revitalize it and help it function the best way it possibly can.
- The Motorola RAZR has been available for some time now, so in order to revitalize the moniker, Motorola has issued the slim handset in a wide range of colors, including the highly coveted pink RAZR.