mend Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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mendverb

 us   /mend/

mend verb (REPAIR)

[T] to repair cloth that is torn or something that is damaged: Could you mend this hole in my shirt? The country is seeking to mend relations with the US.

mend verb (BECOME WELL)

[I/T] to become well again after an illness or injury: [I] The bones in my broken wrist took eight weeks to mend.
mend
noun  us   /mend/
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