reface

[ree-feys]
verb (used with object), refaced, refacing.
1.
to renew, restore, or repair the face or surface of (buildings, stone, etc.).
2.
to provide with a new facing, as a garment.

Origin:
1850–55; re- + face

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reface (riːˈfeɪs)
 
vb
1.  to repair or renew the facing of (a wall)
2.  to put a new facing on (a garment)

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Example sentences
But their primary mission was to reface the upper and lower embankments with lava rock.
He said they will reuse the existing sign cabinet and will reface what is there.
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