- to fit, prepare, or equip again.
- to renew supplies or equipment.
- to get refitted.
- an act of refitting.
Origin of refit
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Examples from the Web for refitted
Collins has refitted the traditional romance novel with fresh faces.Do I Have to Read Jackie Collins?
February 27, 2010
From February to June she was worked over; refitted; resparred.Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea
Charles H. L. Johnston
They have been all refitted and repaired—or else they are new.'Aurelian
When there, we refitted the ship, and sailed again for Virginia on the 24th of June.Hurricane Hurry
As soon as we have refitted her and your vessel, I will remain where I am.The Privateersman
The old Spanish garrison tower must be refitted for the women and children.The Conquest
Eva Emery Dye
- to make or be made ready for use again by repairing, re-equipping, or resupplying
- a repair or re-equipping, as of a ship, for further use
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Word Origin and History for refitted
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