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v. re·dec·o·rat·ed, re·dec·o·rat·ing, re·dec·o·rates
To change the appearance or furnishings of; refurbish.
To change a decorative scheme.

re·dec′o·ra′tion n.
re·dec′o·ra′tor n.
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(Professions) a person who redecorates
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