verb (used with object)
to begin or take up again, as an acquaintance, a conversation, etc.; resume.
to make effective for an additional period:
to renew a lease.
to restore or replenish:
to renew a stock of goods.
to make, say, or do again.
to revive; reestablish.
to recover (youth, strength, etc.).
to restore to a former state; make new or as if new again.
1325–75; Middle English renewen.
renewably, adverbrenewedly [ri-noo-id-lee, -nyoo-] /rɪˈnu ɪd li, -ˈnyu-/ Show IPA, adverbrenewer, nounquasi-renewed, adjectiveself-renewing, adjectiveunrenewed, adjective
re-create, rejuvenate, regenerate, reinstate, mend. Renew, renovate, repair, restore
suggest making something the way it formerly was. To renew
means to bring back to an original condition of freshness and vigor: to renew one's enthusiasm. Renovate
means to do over or make good any dilapidation of something: to renovate an old house.
is to put into good or sound condition; to make good any injury, damage, wear and tear, decay, etc.; to mend: to repair the roof of a house.
is to bring back to its former place or position something which has faded, disappeared, been lost, etc., or to reinstate a person in rank or position: to restore a king to his throne.