resoil

[ree-soil]
verb (used with object)
to replace topsoil, especially that lost by erosion.

Origin:
1585–95; re- + soil1

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We need to regrade, resoil and revegetate the landscape expeditiously.
The pond will be periodically cleaned out using an excavator and the extracted fines used to resoil the mine site.
Often dogs mistake the scent of ammonia-based cleaners for urine and will resoil the area.
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