restorationnoun [ C or U ]uk /ˌres.tərˈeɪ.ʃən/ us /ˌres.təˈreɪ.ʃən/
- Several famous alumni have agreed to help raise money for the school's restoration fund.
- A compromise has to be reached between all the powerful vested interests before any restoration work in the city can take place.
- The restoration of the building is expected to take up to five years to complete.
- It was cheaper to demolish the building than spend £1 million on its restoration.
- The restoration of the power supply to the village is expected to take a few more days.
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