rehouse

[ree-houz]
verb (used with object), rehoused [ree-houzd] , rehousing [ree-hou-zing] .
1.
to house again.
2.
to provide with new or different housing: civic programs to rehouse people living in condemned buildings.

Origin:
1810–20; re- + house

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rehouse (riːˈhaʊz)
 
vb
to accommodate (someone or something) in a new house or building

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The project would repair and rehouse the film, create online finding aids, and produce copies for scholarly and educational uses.
Train duplication firms how to handle, rehouse, and deliver oversize images.
It would make more sense to rehouse them in higher-density communities closer to shops and hospitals.
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