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repair

verb /riˈpeə/
to mend; to make (something) that is damaged or has broken down work again; to restore to good condition
reparar, arreglar
She’s repairing a broken lock / torn jacket.
to put right or make up for
reparar
Nothing can repair the harm done by your foolish remarks.
repairable adjective (opposite unrepairable) able to be mended The damage to the car is easily repairable. reparable /ˈrepərəbl/ adjective able to be put right.
reparable, recuperable
reparation /repə-/ noun the act of making up for something wrong that has been done.
reparación
money paid for this purpose.
reparación
repairman /-mӕn/ noun ( plural repairmen) a man who repairs televisions etc.
reparador
Translations of “repair”
in Korean 고치다, 수선하다…
in Arabic يُصْلِح…
in French réparer…
in Italian riparare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修理, 修補, 修復…
in Russian чинить, исправлять, налаживать…
in Turkish onarmak, tamir etmek, elden geçirmek…
in Polish naprawiać…
in Portuguese consertar…
in German reparieren, wiedergutmachen…
in Catalan arreglar, reparar…
in Japanese ~を修理する, 直す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修理, 修补, 修复…
(Definition of repair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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