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re·new

 (rĭ-no͞o′, -nyo͞o′)
v. re·newed, re·new·ing, re·news
v.tr.
1. To make new or as if new again; restore: renewed the antique chair.
2. To take up again; resume: renew an old friendship; renewed the argument.
3. To repeat so as to reaffirm: renew a promise.
4. To regain or restore the physical or mental vigor of; revive: I renewed my spirits in the country air.
5.
a. To arrange for the extension of: renew a contract; renew a magazine subscription.
b. To arrange to extend the loan of: renewed the library books before they were overdue.
6. To replenish: renewed the water in the humidifier.
7. To bring into being again; reestablish.
v.intr.
1. To become new again.
2. To start over.

[Middle English renewen : re-, re- + newen, to renew (from new, new; see new).]

re·new′er n.

renew

(rɪˈnjuː)
vb (mainly tr)
1. to take up again
2. (also intr) to begin (an activity) again; recommence: to renew an attempt.
3. to restate or reaffirm (a promise, etc)
4. (Law) (also intr) to make (a lease, licence, or contract) valid or effective for a further period
5. (Library Science & Bibliography) to extend the period of loan of (a library book)
6. to regain or recover (vigour, strength, activity, etc)
7. to restore to a new or fresh condition
8. to replace (an old or worn-out part or piece)
9. to replenish (a supply, etc)
reˈnewable adj
reˌnewaˈbility n
reˈnewer n

re•new

(rɪˈnu, -ˈnyu)

v.t.
1. to begin or take up again; resume: to renew a friendship.
2. to make effective for an additional period.
3. to restore or replenish.
4. to make, say, or do again.
5. to revive; reestablish.
6. to recover (youth, strength, etc.).
7. to restore to a former state.
v.i.
8. to begin again; recommence.
9. to renew a lease, note, etc.
10. to be restored to a former state.
[1325–75; Middle English, on the model of renovelen, renulen (< Old French renoveler), Latin renovāre (see renovate)]
re•new′a•ble, adj.
re•new`a•bil′i•ty, n.
re•new′a•bly, adv.
syn: renew, renovate, repair, restore suggest making something the way it formerly was. renew means to bring back to an original condition of freshness and vigor: to renew one's faith. renovate means to bring back to a good condition, or to make as good as new: to renovate an old house. To repair is to put into good or sound condition after damage, wear and tear, etc.: to repair the roof of a house. To restore is to bring back to a former, original, or normal condition or position: to restore a painting.

renew


Past participle: renewed
Gerund: renewing

Imperative
renew
renew
Present
I renew
you renew
he/she/it renews
we renew
you renew
they renew
Preterite
I renewed
you renewed
he/she/it renewed
we renewed
you renewed
they renewed
Present Continuous
I am renewing
you are renewing
he/she/it is renewing
we are renewing
you are renewing
they are renewing
Present Perfect
I have renewed
you have renewed
he/she/it has renewed
we have renewed
you have renewed
they have renewed
Past Continuous
I was renewing
you were renewing
he/she/it was renewing
we were renewing
you were renewing
they were renewing
Past Perfect
I had renewed
you had renewed
he/she/it had renewed
we had renewed
you had renewed
they had renewed
Future
I will renew
you will renew
he/she/it will renew
we will renew
you will renew
they will renew
Future Perfect
I will have renewed
you will have renewed
he/she/it will have renewed
we will have renewed
you will have renewed
they will have renewed
Future Continuous
I will be renewing
you will be renewing
he/she/it will be renewing
we will be renewing
you will be renewing
they will be renewing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been renewing
you have been renewing
he/she/it has been renewing
we have been renewing
you have been renewing
they have been renewing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been renewing
you will have been renewing
he/she/it will have been renewing
we will have been renewing
you will have been renewing
they will have been renewing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been renewing
you had been renewing
he/she/it had been renewing
we had been renewing
you had been renewing
they had been renewing
Conditional
I would renew
you would renew
he/she/it would renew
we would renew
you would renew
they would renew
Past Conditional
I would have renewed
you would have renewed
he/she/it would have renewed
we would have renewed
you would have renewed
they would have renewed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.renew - reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
replace - substitute a person or thing for (another that is broken or inefficient or lost or no longer working or yielding what is expected); "He replaced the old razor blade"; "We need to replace the secretary that left a month ago"; "the insurance will replace the lost income"; "This antique vase can never be replaced"
freshen up, refurbish, renovate - make brighter and prettier; "we refurbished the guest wing"; "My wife wants us to renovate"
revamp - to patch up or renovate; repair or restore; "They revamped their old house before selling it"
remould, retread, remold - give new treads to (a tire)
renovate, restitute - restore to a previous or better condition; "They renovated the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel"
freshen, refresh - make (to feel) fresh; "The cool water refreshed us"
revitalise, revitalize - give new life or vigor to
restore, regenerate, rejuvenate - return to life; get or give new life or energy; "The week at the spa restored me"
modernize, overhaul, modernise - make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to; "You should overhaul your car engine"; "overhaul the health care system"
re-create - create anew; "Re-create the boom of the West on a small scale"
restore, reconstruct - return to its original or usable and functioning condition; "restore the forest to its original pristine condition"
2.renew - cause to appear in a new form; "the old product was reincarnated to appeal to a younger market"
restore, regenerate, rejuvenate - return to life; get or give new life or energy; "The week at the spa restored me"

renew

verb
2. reaffirm, confirm, resume, breathe new life into, recommence They renewed their friendship.
3. replace, refresh, top up, replenish, restock, resupply Cells are constantly renewed.
4. restore, repair, transform, rebuild, overhaul, mend, refurbish, renovate, refit, redevelop, fix up (informal, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), modernize, recondition the cost of renewing the buildings

renew

verb
1. To make new or as if new again:
Idiom: give a new look to.
2. To begin or go on after an interruption:
3. To impart renewed energy and strength to (a person):
4. To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence:
5. To arrange for the extension of:
6. To bring back into existence or use:
Translations
يُجَدِّدُيُجَدَّديُجَدِّديَسْتأنِف
obnovitprodloužit
fornygenoptageforlænge
uusia
obnoviti
megújít
endurnÿjagera upp, endurnÿjahefja aî nÿju
再開する
다시 시작하다
atnaujinimasatsinaujinimasgalimas atnaujintigalimas pratęstigalintis atsinaujinti
atjaunotatsāktpagarināt
obnovitipodaljšati
förnya
เริ่มใหม่
yenilemeksüresini uzatmak
bắt đầu lại

renew

[rɪˈnjuː] VT
1. (= restore) → renovar
skin renews itself every 28 daysla piel se renueva or se regenera cada 28 días
2. (= resume) [+ negotiations, relations] → reanudar
the storm renewed itself with a vengeancela tormenta volvió aún peor, se recrudeció la tormenta
to renew the attack (Mil) → volver al ataque
he renewed his attack on government policyvolvió a arremeter contra la política del gobierno
to renew one's efforts (to do sth)volver a esforzarse (por hacer algo), reanudar sus esfuerzos (por hacer algo) (frm)
see also acquaintance
3. (= extend date of) [+ contract, passport, subscription, library book] → renovar; [+ lease, loan] → renovar, prorrogar
4. (= reaffirm) [+ promise, vow] → renovar
5. (= replace) [+ component] → cambiar; [+ supplies] → reponer

renew

[rɪˈnjuː] vt
(= extend) [+ licence, lease, visa, contract] → renouveler
(= resume) [+ negotiations] → reprendre
to renew one's efforts to do sth → renouveler ses efforts pour faire qch
He will renew his efforts to negotiate a peace settlement → Il renouvellera ses efforts pour négocier un accord de paix.
to renew acquaintance → renouer connaissance
They renewed their friendship after the war
BUT Ils ont renoué après la guerre.

renew

vterneuern; contract, passport etc (authority also) → verlängern; (holder) → erneuern or verlängern lassen; negotiations, discussions, diplomatic relations, attack, attemptswieder aufnehmen; one’s strengthwiederherstellen; fearswieder wachrufen; interestwieder wecken; suppliesauffrischen; to renew a library bookein Buch verlängern lassen

renew

[rɪˈnjuː] vt (gen) → rinnovare; (negotiations, discussion, strength) → riprendere
to renew one's acquaintance with sb → riprendere contatto con qn

renew

(rəˈnjuː) verb
1. to begin, do, produce etc again. He renewed his efforts; We must renew our attack on drug abuse.
2. to cause (eg a licence) to continue for another or longer period of time. My television licence has to be renewed in October.
3. to make new or fresh or as if new again. The panels on the doors have all been renewed.
reˈnewable adjective
reˈnewal noun

renew

يُجَدِّدُ obnovit forny erneuern ανανεώνω renovar uusia renouveler obnoviti rinnovare 再開する 다시 시작하다 vernieuwen fornye wznowić renovar обновлять förnya เริ่มใหม่ yenilemek bắt đầu lại 更新

renew

vt. renovar.

renew

vt (a medication) recetar de nuevo, dar una nueva receta para (un medicamento)Any of my partners can renew your medication if I’m not here..Cualquiera de mis colegas puede recetarle de nuevo (darle una nueva receta para) sus medicamentos si no estoy aquí.
References in classic literature ?
She slept on a couch in the room, waking often to renew the fire, to feed, lift, or wait upon the patient creature who seldom asked for anything, and `tried not to be a trouble'.
I am glad to encounter thee, friend," continued the maiden, waving her hand to the stranger to proceed, as she urged her Narragansett to renew its amble.
Pyncheon, and was about to renew the enterprise of that departed worthy, with a different set of customers.
A fox, startled from his sleep by her light footstep on the leaves, looked inquisitively at Pearl, as doubting whether it were better to steal off, or renew his nap on the same spot.
In going on with the record of what was hideous at Bly, I not only challenge the most liberal faith--for which I little care; but--and this is another matter--I renew what I myself suffered, I again push my way through it to the end.
They would have to renew the insurance every year; they would have to pay the taxes, about ten dollars a year; they would have to pay the water tax, about six dollars a year--(Jurgis silently resolved to shut off the hydrant).
If even this stranger had smiled and been good-humoured to me when I addressed him; if he had put off my offer of assistance gaily and with thanks, I should have gone on my way and not felt any vocation to renew inquiries: but the frown, the roughness of the traveller, set me at my ease: I retained my station when he waved to me to go, and announced -
I departed to renew my search; its result was disappointment, and Joseph's quest ended in the same.
I do not think," said Doctor Manette with the firmness of self-conviction, "that anything but the one train of association would renew it.
She will be rejoiced, Copperfield, to renew her acquaintance with one who has proved himself in all respects a worthy minister at the sacred altar of friendship.
That I cannot wish to renew that chance intercourse with you of long ago, under these different circumstances.
IN WHICH I REVIEW MY ACTIONS AND RENEW MY RESOLUTIONS