- to furnish (someone or something) with new supplies, equipment, etc
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Examples from the Web for re-equip
Boeing has not come forward to make recommendations to re-equip its airplanes with better tracking technology.Who Gagged the Search for MH370?
June 22, 2014
They must gather the expeditions together, and re-equip the ships.The Ultimate Weapon
John Wood Campbell
He knew it was impossible to return to his marquee to re-equip himself.The Tiger Hunter
We were told that we were moving in three days' time, and that meantime we had to re-equip and reorganise.