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re·fit

 (rē-fĭt′)
v. re·fit·ted, re·fit·ting, re·fits
v.tr.
To prepare and equip for additional use.
v.intr.
To be made fit again.
n. (rē′fĭt′, rē-fĭt′)
1. Repair of damage or wear: "a house ... in need of a major refit" (Nancy Holmes).
2. A secondary or subsequent preparation of supplies and equipment.

refit

vb, -fits, -fitting or -fitted
to make or be made ready for use again by repairing, re-equipping, or resupplying
n
a repair or re-equipping, as of a ship, for further use
reˈfitment n

re•fit

(riˈfɪt)

v. -fit•ted -fit, -fit•ting, v.t.
1. to fit, prepare, or equip again.
v.i.
2. to renew supplies or equipment.
3. to get refitted.
n.
4. an act of refitting.
[1660–70]

refit


Past participle: refitted
Gerund: refitting

Imperative
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refit
Present
I refit
you refit
he/she/it refits
we refit
you refit
they refit
Preterite
I refitted
you refitted
he/she/it refitted
we refitted
you refitted
they refitted
Present Continuous
I am refitting
you are refitting
he/she/it is refitting
we are refitting
you are refitting
they are refitting
Present Perfect
I have refitted
you have refitted
he/she/it has refitted
we have refitted
you have refitted
they have refitted
Past Continuous
I was refitting
you were refitting
he/she/it was refitting
we were refitting
you were refitting
they were refitting
Past Perfect
I had refitted
you had refitted
he/she/it had refitted
we had refitted
you had refitted
they had refitted
Future
I will refit
you will refit
he/she/it will refit
we will refit
you will refit
they will refit
Future Perfect
I will have refitted
you will have refitted
he/she/it will have refitted
we will have refitted
you will have refitted
they will have refitted
Future Continuous
I will be refitting
you will be refitting
he/she/it will be refitting
we will be refitting
you will be refitting
they will be refitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refitting
you have been refitting
he/she/it has been refitting
we have been refitting
you have been refitting
they have been refitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refitting
you will have been refitting
he/she/it will have been refitting
we will have been refitting
you will have been refitting
they will have been refitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refitting
you had been refitting
he/she/it had been refitting
we had been refitting
you had been refitting
they had been refitting
Conditional
I would refit
you would refit
he/she/it would refit
we would refit
you would refit
they would refit
Past Conditional
I would have refitted
you would have refitted
he/she/it would have refitted
we would have refitted
you would have refitted
they would have refitted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.refit - outfitting a ship again (by repairing or replacing parts)
outfitting - the act of renovating and fitting out a ship
Verb1.refit - fit out again
equip, fit out, outfit, fit - provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; "The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities"

refit

noun repair, fix, restore, renew, mend, renovate, patch up, put back together, restore to working order During the war, navy ships were refitted here.
Translations
يُصْلِح، يُجَدِّد
opravit
istandsætte
gera viî, standsetja
naujai įrengti
aptakelēt

refit

[ˈriːˈfɪt]
A. N (gen) → reparación f, compostura f (Naut) → reparación f
B. VT (gen) → reparar, componer (Naut) → reparar
C. VI (Naut) → repararse

refit

[ˈriːfɪt]
n [ship] → remise f en état
[ˌriːˈfɪt] vt [+ ship] → remettre en état

refit

vt shipneu ausrüsten; factoryneu ausstatten
vi (ship)neu ausgerüstet werden
n (Naut) → Neuausrüstung f

refit

[n ˈriːˌfɪt; vb ˌriːˈfɪt]
1. n (Naut) → raddobbo
2. vt (ship) → raddobbare

refit

(riːˈfit) past tense, past participle ˌreˈfitted verb
to repair or fit new parts to (a ship). They are refitting the liner.
References in classic literature ?
and lighters to send them to Toulon, one of the fishermen told the comte that his boat had been laid up to refit since a trip he had made on account of a gentleman who was in great haste to embark.
We landed, in order to refit our vessels, and store ourselves with provisions.
It is true, we are such poor navigators that our thoughts, for the most part, stand off and on upon a harborless coast, are conversant only with the bights of the bays of poesy, or steer for the public ports of entry, and go into the dry docks of science, where they merely refit for this world, and no natural currents concur to individualize them.
It may be that when we reach Para we shall stop to refit.
Nevertheless, his dignity gets over it after stopping to refit, and he goes on with my Lady for Chesney Wold, lying only one night in London on the way to Lincolnshire.
Scots union leaders are set to mount a campaign to ensure that the Clyde- built Britannia should return to her birthplace for the refit.
This reflects both the higher level of capital expenditure invested in the Genesis refit and the radical change in the store afterwards.
It was confirmed yesterday that the Government no longer want to scrap Britannia but refit her with private money, extending her life for another 20 years.
But he added the unions were concerned about refit work.
The massive refit project on the 31,465 gross tons Fort Class stores and tanker ship - which also carried out many replenishments at sea with the Royal Navy, US and other foreign navy warships - will be one of the most detailed ever undertaken by the yard.
The team beat UK firms to the PS150million deal to refit 24 Puma choppers - 13 of which should have been airborne by now.