repaint

[v. ree-peynt; n. ree-peynt, ree-peynt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to paint again: to repaint the house.
noun
2.
a part repainted, especially a part of a picture by a restorer.
3.
the act of repainting.

Origin:
1690–1700; re- + paint

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repaint (riːˈpeɪnt)
 
vb
to apply a new or fresh coat of paint

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Example sentences
He had to repaint it after a driver phoned to point out the error.
We tried to fill in the cracks and repaint, but the ceiling has cracked again.
Repaint with two coats of paint or paint encapsulant.
Part of the money from the grant will be used to rebuild the generators,
  rebuild the engines, and repaint the boat deck.
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