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refit

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˌriːˈfɪt/ (-tt-)
PROPERTY, COMMERCE, PRODUCTION to make repairs or changes to a building, factory, or store in order to improve it or change its purpose: The company plans to refit the plant so it can process crude oil from Canada, creating 80 new jobs. The pubs will be refitted and re-branded by their new owner.
TRANSPORT to get a ship back into good condition by repairing it or adding new parts: The yard has won a £100m order to refit a nuclear submarine for the Royal Navy.
Translations of “refit”
in Vietnamese sửa lại, trang bị lại…
in Spanish reparar…
in Thai เตรียมใหม่…
in Malaysian membaikkan…
in French réparer…
in German ausbessern…
in Chinese (Traditional) (對船隻)整修,安裝新配件,改裝…
in Indonesian memperbaiki…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对船只)整修,安装新配件,改装…
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