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Translation of "renew" - English-Spanish dictionary

renew

verb   /rɪˈnjuː/
A to increase the life of or replace something old renovar Every year I renew my membership of the sports club. I forgot to renew my season ticket. I’ll use this material to renew the chair covers.783
to begin doing something again repetir, reanudar The kidnappers renewed their threats. She renewed her efforts to escape.2171
renewal noun   /-əl/ renewed A adjective   /-ˈnjuːd/
(Definition of renew from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

renew

verb /rəˈnjuː/
to begin, do, produce etc again renovar He renewed his efforts We must renew our attack on drug abuse.
to cause (eg a licence) to continue for another or longer period of time renovar My television licence has to be renewed in October.
to make new or fresh or as if new again renovar The panels on the doors have all been renewed.
renewable adjective
renewable resources replace themselves naturally or can be controlled so that they can be used without completely running out Renovable Renewable resources, such as wind, water, and sunlight, will never run out.
a renewable agreement or contract can be extended for a further period of time after it ends Renovable The post will initially be for one year, renewable for a further two years subject to satisfactory performance.
renewal noun
renovación renewal of his membership of the club.
(Definition of renew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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