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renovate

[ren-uh-veyt]
verb (used with object), renovated, renovating.
1.
to restore to good condition; make new or as if new again; repair.
2.
to reinvigorate; refresh; revive.
adjective
3.
Archaic. renovated.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English (adj.) < Latin renovātus (past participle of renovāre), equivalent to re- re- + nov(us) new + -ātus -ate1

renovatable, adjective
renovatingly, adverb
renovation, noun
renovative, adjective
renovator, noun
unrenovated, adjective
unrenovative, adjective


1. See renew.
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renovate (ˈrɛnəˌveɪt)
 
vb
1.  to restore (something) to good condition: to renovate paintings
2.  to revive or refresh (one's spirits, health, etc)
 
[C16: from Latin renovāre, from re- + novāre to make new, from novusnew]
 
reno'vation
 
n
 
'renovative
 
adj
 
'renovator
 
n

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renovate
1520s; see renovation.
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