Synonyms of 'renew'
to take up again after a breakHe renewed his attack on government policy.
She looked up for a moment, then continued drawing.
I repeated the story to a delighted audience.
They are expected to resume the search early today.
He said foreign military aid was prolonging the war.
There was a call to reopen the investigation
He reaffirmed his commitment to the country's economic reform programme.
He was advised that the Italian climate would rejuvenate him.
The government will continue to regenerate inner city areas.
The hot, strong liquid seemed to revitalize her.
bring up to date
to take up again after a breakThey renewed their friendship.
to replace (an old or worn-out part or piece)Cells are constantly renewed.
to restore to a new or fresh conditionthe cost of renewing the buildings
They partly restored a local castle.
He has repaired the roof.
the speed at which your body transforms food into energy
The castle was rebuilt by his great grandson in 1859.
The plumbing was overhauled a year ago.
They took a long time to mend the roof.
We have spent money on refurbishing the offices.
They spent thousands renovating the house.
During the war, navy ships were refitted here.
fix up (informal, mainly US, Canadian),
There is a pressing need to modernize our electoral system.
They sell used and reconditioned motorcycle parts.
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in the sense of continue
to resume after an interruptionShe looked up for a moment, then continued drawing.
in the sense of mend
to repair something broken or not workingThey took a long time to mend the roof.
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