intransitive verb (resurged; resurging) Etymology: Latin resurgere Date: 1575 to undergo a resurgence

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  • resurge — index renew (refurbish) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • resurge — 1887, back formation from RESURGENT (Cf. resurgent) …   Etymology dictionary

  • resurge — [ri sʉrj′] vi. resurged, resurging [L resurgere, to rise again, in LL(Ec), to rise from the grave: see RE & SURGE] 1. to rise again; be resurrected 2. [ RE + SURGE] to surge back again …   English World dictionary

  • resurge — /ri serrj /, v.i., resurged, resurging. to rise again, as from desuetude or from virtual extinction. [1565 75; < L resurgere to rise again, appear again, equiv. to re RE + surgere to lift up, raise, var. of surrigere (sur SUR 2 + rigere, comb.… …   Universalium

  • resurge — verb To surge again; to go through a period of renewed vigor or vitality. See Also: resurgence, resurgent …   Wiktionary

  • resurge — re·surge …   English syllables

  • resurge — re•surge [[t]rɪˈsɜrdʒ[/t]] v. i. surged, surg•ing to rise again, as from virtual extinction • Etymology: 1565–75; < L resurgere to rise again, appear again =re re +surgere to lift up, raise, var. of surrigere (sur II+ rigere, comb. form of… …   From formal English to slang

  • resurge — /riˈsɜdʒ/ (say ree serj) verb (i) (resurged, resurging) to rise again, as from the dead. {Latin resurgere rise again} …   Australian English dictionary

  • resurge — verb rise again His need for a meal resurged The candidate resurged after leaving politics for several years • Derivationally related forms: ↑resurgent, ↑resurgence • Hypernyms: ↑originate, ↑arise, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Causse De Gramat — Sommaire 1 Situation 2 Description 2.1 La végétation 2.2 L eau et les cavités …   Wikipédia en Français

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