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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.

renewed

(rɪˈnjuːd)
adj
happening again after a pause, esp with more vigour, energy or enthusiasm than before
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.renewed - restored to a new condition; "felt renewed strength"
revived - restored to consciousness or life or vigor; "felt revived hope"
Translations

renewed

[rɪˈnjuːd] ADJ [enthusiasm] → renovado; [outbreaks] → nuevo
with renewed enthusiasmcon renovado entusiasmo
with renewed strengthcon fuerzas renovadas, con nuevas fuerzas
renewed outbreaks of violencenuevos brotes de violencia
there have been renewed calls for his resignationse ha vuelto a pedir su dimisión
there have been renewed attempts/efforts to reach agreementse han reanudado los intentos/esfuerzos por llegar a un acuerdo
there has been a renewed interest inse ha renovado el interés por ...

renewed

[rɪˈnjuːd] adj [interest, vigour] → accru(e); [confidence, optimism, vigour] → accru(e)
renewed fighting → une recrudescence des combats
renewed violence → une recrudescence de la violence
to show renewed interest in sth → manifester un intérêt accru pour qch
with renewed vigour → avec une vigueur accrue

renewed

adj (= new) fightingerneut; interesterneut, neu; pressureerneut, wiederholt; renewed hopeneue Hoffnungen pl; with renewed vigour (Brit) or vigor (US) → mit neuer Energie; with renewed enthusiasmmit neuem Schwung; renewed effortsneue Anstrengungen; renewed strengthfrische Kraft; renewed couragefrischer Mut; renewed outbreaks of riotingerneute Krawalle pl; to feel spiritually renewedsich wie ein neuer Mensch fühlen; to make renewed efforts to do somethingerneute Anstrengungen unternehmen, etw zu tun

renewed

[rɪˈnjuːd] adjrinnovato/a
References in classic literature ?
Sallie Moffat renewed her friendship, was always running out for a dish of gossip at the little house, or inviting `that poor dear' to come in and spend the day at the big house.
I had lost sight of her altogether, but Jim had found her again after long years, had renewed a friendship that meant a great deal to him, and out of his busy life had set apart time enough to enjoy that friendship.
She waved a dissenting hand, and went on, paying no further heed to their renewed cries which sought to detain her.
A long and anxious watch succeeded, but without any further evidences of a renewed attack; and Duncan began to hope that their fire had proved more fatal than was supposed, and that their enemies had been effectually repulsed.
It was believed that this would establish the fact of the permanent richness of the drifts, and not only justify past expenditure, but a renewed outlay of credit and capital.
He then renewed the conversation, and made great pecuniary offers to the carpenter, in case the latter should give information leading to the discovery of the lost document, and the consequent success of the Eastern claim.
It brought out again all her compassion for me, and at the renewed touch of her kindness my power to resist broke down.
Riotous and disordered as the universal commotion now was, it soon resolved itself into what seemed a systematic movement; for having clumped together at last in one dense body, they then renewed their onward flight with augmented fleetness.
There were men who worked in the cooking rooms, in the midst of steam and sickening odors, by artificial light; in these rooms the germs of tuberculosis might live for two years, but the supply was renewed every hour.
Now, I'll tell ye what I will do," said Haley, spitting again, with renewed decision.
I renewed my challenge, engraved it on brass, posted it up where any priest could read it to them, and also kept it standing in the advertising columns of the paper.
Her physical eye saw the cake she was stirring and the loaf she was kneading; her physical ear heard the kitchen fire crackling and the teakettle singing, but ever and anon her fancy mounted on pinions, rested itself, renewed its strength in the upper air.