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Adjective
Having been restored or reinvigorated
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“He admits that theatre production has precipitated a renewed interest in making the complex story into a film.”
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Renewed
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Pertaining to something or someone renewed or rebuilt
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Placed on a new financial basis
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Emerging again, after an absence
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Having another in its place
Verb
Past tense for to renovate or restore to a (former) good or healthy condition
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“These old turf farms require a great deal of maintenance, and it has become difficult to find men who know how to cut the turf and stack it to renew the old walls.”
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Past tense for to give fresh life or strength to
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“A change of scenery will recharge your batteries and renew your zest for life.”
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Past tense for to begin again or continue after a pause or interruption
“In addition, we must renew our coalition-building activities.”
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Past tense for to do, make, or perform again
“At the beginning of next year, I would hope that we can renew our efforts along these same lines.”
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Past tense for to say again
“We were communicating fairly well and I was about to renew my questions as to how he came to be here when the sensor alert sounded.”
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Past tense for to extend the period of validity of (a license, subscription, contract, etc.)
“Whether new members renew their memberships is related directly to how well they are satisfied.”
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Past tense for to replenish one's supply or stock of something
“The traveler may chance to find himself locked out of the world for weeks, unable to renew his supply of linen and dress.”
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Past tense for to impart vigor, strength, or vitality to
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Past tense for to strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
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Past tense for to repeat what was previously said or expressed
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Past tense for to improve in state, especially from a previously bad condition
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Past tense for to make a marked change in the form, nature, or appearance of
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Past tense for to repeat something that has already been said
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