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repair

verb [T]
 
 
/rɪˈpeər/
FIX A2 to fix something that is broken or damaged
чинить
I must get my bike repaired.Correcting and mendingEditing and compilingMaking things betterBecoming better
IMPROVE to improve a bad situation
исправлять, налаживать
It will take a long time to repair relations between the two countries.Correcting and mendingEditing and compilingMaking things betterBecoming better
Translations of “repair”
in Arabic يُصْلِح…
in Korean 고치다, 수선하다…
in Malaysian memperbaiki, membetulkan…
in French réparer…
in Turkish onarmak, tamir etmek, elden geçirmek…
in Italian riparare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修理, 修補, 修復…
in Polish naprawiać…
in Vietnamese sửa, bù đắp…
in Spanish reparar, arreglar…
in Portuguese consertar…
in Thai ซ่อมแซม, ชดเชย…
in German reparieren, wiedergutmachen…
in Catalan arreglar, reparar…
in Japanese ~を修理する, 直す…
in Indonesian memperbaiki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修理, 修补, 修复…
(Definition of repair verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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