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Meaning of “renew” - Learner’s Dictionary

renew

verb [T]     /rɪˈnjuː/
OFFICIAL AGREEMENT
B2 to arrange to continue an official agreement that was going to end soon: I've decided not to renew my golf club membership this year.Official documentsGiving, providing and supplying
BUY UK
to get a new one of something that is old: A car isn't the sort of thing you renew every year.Replacing and exchanging
DO AGAIN
to start to do something again: The next morning enemy war planes renewed their bombing.Repeating an actionStarting againStarting and beginning
renewal noun [C, U]
the act of renewing somethingReplacing and exchanging
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