re-string

re-string

vb (tr)
1. (Jewellery) to thread onto a new string
2. (Instruments) to fit with new strings
3. (Tennis) to fit with new strings
4. (Archery) to fit with new strings
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Never sleep in pearls, however romantic that might be, and re-string them at the first sign of any wear or slackness
Close to 200 hydro poles have broken in Piney alone, and crews need to put in new poles and re-string power lines,said by Powell.
God knows how many times I've had to re-string it though.
e s ar "If Mick asked me to fetch him a beer, re-string his guitar or even iron his trousers before the show I'd still be honoured.
That means it's time to re-string those rods, clean up the tackle-box, throw away that ball of melted rubber-worms from last year, untangle those trot-lines and get ready to fish.
There's a lot of folks from this state that are working hard to re-string the lines.
Jenny was prepared to bribe the shop assistant to break his machine so he couldn't re-string the other team's racquets.