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  • 21 renovate — [ rɛnəveɪt] verb 1》 restore (something old) to a good state of repair. 2》 archaic reinvigorate. Derivatives renovation noun renovator noun Origin C16 (earlier (ME) as renovation): from L. renovat , renovare make new again …

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  • 22 renovate — v. a. 1. Renew, restore, reconstitute, re establish. 2. Reproduce, regenerate, revivify, recreate, reanimate, revive, resuscitate …

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  • 23 renovate — verb (T) to repair and paint a building so that it is in good condition again: They are living in temporary accommodation while their apartment is being renovated. renovation noun (U) …

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  • 24 renovate — verb the hotel has been renovated Syn: modernize, restore, refurbish, revamp, recondition, rehabilitate, overhaul, redevelop; update, upgrade, refit, bring something up to code; informal do up, rehab …

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  • 25 renovate — v 1. repair, renew, recondition, refurbish, rehabilitate, reconstitute, revamp, refit; mend, fix, fix up, patch up, put into shape, give a face lift to. 2. revive, rejuvenate, rejuvenize, reinvigorate, revitalize, revivify, regenerate, recharge,… …

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  • 26 renovate — ren·o·vate …

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  • 27 renovate — verb Syn: modernize, restore, refurbish, revamp, recondition, rehabilitate, update, upgrade, refit; informal do up; N.Amer.; informal rehab …

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  • 28 renovate — [ˈrenəˌveɪt] verb [T] to make something old look new again by repairing and improving it renovation [ˌrenəˈveɪʃ(ə)n] noun [C/U] …

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  • 29 renovate — ren•o•vate [[t]ˈrɛn əˌveɪt[/t]] v. t. vat•ed, vat•ing 1) to restore to good condition, as by repairing or remodeling 2) to reinvigorate; refresh • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME (adj.) < L renovātus, ptp. of renovāre=re re +novāre make as… …

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  • 30 renovate — /ˈrɛnəveɪt / (say renuhvayt) verb (t) (renovated, renovating) 1. to make new or as if new again; restore to good condition; repair. 2. to reinvigorate; refresh; revive. {Latin renovātus, past participle} –renovator, noun …

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  • 31 renovate — v.tr. 1 restore to good condition; repair. 2 make new again. Derivatives: renovation n. renovative adj. renovator n. Etymology: L renovare (as RE , novus new) …

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  • 32 Renovate My Family — is an hour long reality television series on Fox which reaches out to improve the lives of troubled families. While arguably it is very similar to ABC s , Renovate My Family is in actuality a life altering show which provides a combination of… …

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  • 33 recondition, renovate — In the sense of improving by restoring or remodeling, recondition and renovate are interchangeable: The new owner will recondition (or renovate) the house. Recondition is a somewhat stronger word than renovate, implying a more thorough… …

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  • 34 renovation — renovate ren‧o‧vate [ˈrenəveɪt] verb [transitive] PROPERTY to repair and improve a building so it is in good condition again: • The company was awarded a $72 million contract to renovate a train terminal. renovation noun [countable, uncountable] …

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  • 35 renovation — renovate ► VERB ▪ restore (something old) to a good state of repair. DERIVATIVES renovation noun renovator noun. ORIGIN Latin renovare make new again …

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  • 36 renovator — renovate ► VERB ▪ restore (something old) to a good state of repair. DERIVATIVES renovation noun renovator noun. ORIGIN Latin renovare make new again …

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  • 37 bring something up to code — renovate an old building or update its features in line with the latest building regulations …

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  • 38 renew — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. revive, restore; resume, continue; replace, renovate, replenish. See restoration, newness. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To make New or as if new] Syn. restore, refresh, revive, rejuvenate, renovate,… …

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  • 39 renew — renew, restore, refresh, renovate, refurbish, rejuvenate are comparable when they mean to give a person or thing that has become old, worn, or exhausted the qualities or appearance of what is fresh or new or young. Renew is so inclusive a term… …

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  • 40 Remake — A remake is a piece of media based primarily on an earlier work of the same medium. Contents 1 Film 2 Video games 3 Television 4 Reimagine or renovate …

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