renovate

restore something to better condition 
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renovate

[v] - restore to a previous or better condition, as of art works or antiques
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Renovate

Ren'o·vate transitive verb [ Latin renovatus , past participle of renovare ;pref. re- re- + novare to make new, from novus new. See New , and ...... Renew .] To make over again; to restore to freshness or vigor; to renew. « All nature feels the
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Renovate

• (v. t.) To make over again; to restore to freshness or vigor; to renew.
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renovate

renovate 1. To bring something; such as, a building, back to a former better condition by means of repairs, redecoration, or remodeling. 2. To restore to something back to good condition; to make new or as if new again; to repair. 3. To give new vigor to someone or something.
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Renovate

(F rénover, R (a) renova) Generally used to mean 'restore'
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