to restore to a good or satisfactory condition; repair; make over.
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How to use recondition in a sentence
Employees came in on a Saturday to produce extra WD-40 to meet the needs of disaster victims, to recondition flood- and rain-damaged vehicles and equipment.
It is time for the Israeli leadership to recondition their thinking process and adopt new pragmatic strategies towards Gaza.
The Rehab Shop was equipped not only to recondition machines but to test them.The Machine That Saved The World | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Teach a man to kill, as in war, and then you have to recondition him later.The Time Traders | Andre Norton
British Dictionary definitions for recondition
(tr) to restore to good condition or working order: to recondition an engine
- reconditioned, adjective
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