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re·new·al

 (rĭ-no͞o′əl, -nyo͞o′-)
n.
1. The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
2. Something, such as a subscription, that is renewed.

renewal

(rɪˈnjuːəl)
n
1. (Law) the act of renewing or state of being renewed
2. (Library Science & Bibliography) the act of renewing or state of being renewed
3. (Law) something that is renewed
4. (Library Science & Bibliography) something that is renewed

re•new•al

(rɪˈnu əl, -ˈnyu-)

n.
1. the act of renewing.
2. the state of being renewed.
3. something renewed.
[1675–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.renewal - the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivationrenewal - the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
restoration - the act of restoring something or someone to a satisfactory state
re-afforestation, reforestation - the restoration (replanting) of a forest that had been reduced by fire or cutting
urban renewal - the clearing and rebuilding and redevelopment of urban slums
2.renewal - the act of renewing
repeating, repetition - the act of doing or performing again
self-renewal - the act of renewing yourself (or itself)
3.renewal - filling again by supplying what has been used uprenewal - filling again by supplying what has been used up
filling - flow into something (as a container)

renewal

renewal

noun
1. The act of making new or as if new again:
2. A continuing after interruption:
Translations
تَجْديد
obnova
forlængelsefornyelse
megújítás
endurnÿjun
uzatmayenileme

renewal

[rɪˈnjuːəl] N
1. (= reinvigoration) → renacimiento m
there was a renewal of faith in the old valueshubo un renacimiento de la fe en viejos valores
a spiritual renewalun renacimiento espiritualuna renovación espiritual
2. (= renovation) → renovación f
a housing renewal programmeun programa de renovación de viviendas
urban renewalrenovación f urbanística
3. (= restarting) [of negotiations, relations] → reanudación f; [of attack, hostilities] → recrudecimiento m
4. (= revalidation) [of contract, passport, subscription, library book] → renovación f; [of lease, loan] → prórroga f, renovación f
his contract is up for renewalle toca que le renueven el contrato

renewal

[rɪˈnjuːəl] n
[licence, lease, visa, contract] → renouvellement m
The office dealt with visa renewals → Le bureau s'occupait des renouvellements de visas.
to come up for renewal → arriver à échéance
[negotiations, fighting] → reprise f
the renewal of fighting → la reprise des combats

renewal

nErneuerung f; (of contract, passport etc also)Verlängerung f; (of negotiations, discussions, diplomatic relations, attack, attempts)Wiederaufnahme f; (of interest)Wiedererwachen nt; (of one’s strength)Wiederherstellung f; (of supplies)Auffrischung f; spiritual renewalgeistige Erneuerung

renewal

[rɪˈnjuːəl] n (see vb) → rinnovo; (XXX) → ripresa

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
References in classic literature ?
At first their progress was slow and guarded, as though they entered with reluctance amid the horrors of the post, or dreaded the renewal of its frightful incidents.
And if he have time, amid the press of more urgent matters, he must take measures for the renewal of Mrs.
Peter's Church, during the renewal of that edifice.
While I stood in the passage I had my eyes on her brother's door, which was but ten steps off and which, indescribably, produced in me a renewal of the strange impulse that I lately spoke of as my temptation.
Woodhouse was rather agitated by such harsh reflections on his friend Perry, to whom he had, in fact, though unconsciously, been attributing many of his own feelings and expressions; but the soothing attentions of his daughters gradually removed the present evil, and the immediate alertness of one brother, and better recollections of the other, prevented any renewal of it.
But from such vain wishes she was forced to turn for comfort to the renewal of her confidence in Edward's affection, to the remembrance of every mark of regard in look or word which fell from him while at Barton, and above all to that flattering proof of it which he constantly wore round his finger.
Rochester's visit it seemed spellbound: all the night I heard but three sounds at three long intervals,--a step creak, a momentary renewal of the snarling, canine noise, and a deep human groan.
No results; nothing but a renewal of civility, and a sudden shifting to the subject of the Entertainment.
Assuming for a moment, that he WAS overworked; it would show itself in some renewal of this disorder?
Murdstone seemed afraid of a renewal of hostilities, and interposing began:
And always, when Nancy reached this point in her meditations--trying, with predetermined sympathy, to see everything as Godfrey saw it-- there came a renewal of self-questioning.
Here Jane, having some orders to give in the household, had to leave them--reluctantly; for she was jealous lest Gertrude should get the start of her in the renewal of Agatha's affection.