road to recovery
road to recovery
also, way to recovery
- the procedure of becoming healthy again
- the process of coming back from something bad
- used to say when something or somebody is getting better from a bad situation
- The Grecian Government was supposed to put Europe on the road to recovery from the Economic and financial crisis.
- The road to recovery from cancer is a long and draining one, she would need all the help she can get.
- It has been a month since her accident, she is still on the road to recovery.
- Recent figures from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that Nigeria is on the road to recovery.
- From all indication, he would be unable to make it to the reunion because he is still on the road to recovery from the illness.
- I went to see Jill today, she is on the way to recovery.
- “Don’t worry Mom, I am on my way to recovery.”
Road to recovery is believed to be used in instances where one is trying to come back from an arduous experience. The road there denotes a journey. Travelling involves moving from one place to another, and it is believed to take a lot of time, and most times involves a road or a route. So, road to recovery is used when something would take time to happen. More often than not, it is most often used in situations that are deemed hopeless.
- getting better
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