refit

[ree-fit]
verb (used with object), refitted, refitting.
1.
to fit, prepare, or equip again.
verb (used without object), refitted, refitting.
2.
to renew supplies or equipment.
3.
to get refitted.
noun
4.
an act of refitting.

Origin:
1660–70; re- + fit1

unrefitted, adjective
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refit
 
vb , -fits, -fitting, -fitted
1.  to make or be made ready for use again by repairing, re-equipping, or resupplying
 
n
2.  a repair or re-equipping, as of a ship, for further use
 
re'fitment
 
n

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refit
1666, from re- "again" + fit (v.). Originally nautical.
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Example sentences
There are plans to refit many of the other buildings, too.
The system actually came from my sailboat and it was refit to my house.
If the data range is changed, the background function will shift and thus must be refit each time the data range is changed.
After the tissues heal completely and your mouth is no longer sore, your dentist may need to refit or replace your dentures.
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