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retile

(ˌriːˈtaɪl)
vb (tr)
(Building) to put new tiles on (floors, roofs, etc)
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Q We had our roof retiled last year, but it rained when they were cementing the ridge ones and we are now left with white marks.
LIVING ROOM Neither the leather sofa nor the Wegner shell chair, both from Room & Board, "matches" the custom coffee table (above), but they create an eclectic vignette in front of the retiled fireplace.
Six out of 10 people have put in a new carpet and 55 per cent have retiled a kitchen or bathroom.
Lottery cash enabled the reopened Jesmond Pool to be retiled and get new windows and lights, a brand new sauna and steam room.
Dale Best, head of leisure and amenities at the district council, said: "The pool has been retiled and new features include a red demarcation line at 1.5 metre depth, which will easily distinguish the point which non-swimmers cannot go beyond and the deeper area where diving can take place.
I retiled my kitchen floor and put carpet down in my living room.
The volunteers also redecorated the cafe and retiled the kitchen area.