to fit, prepare, or equip again.
to renew supplies or equipment.
to get refitted.
an act of refitting.
- un·re·fit·ted, adjective
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How to use refit in a sentence
I also started to value air con systems and technical quality of refit far more highly than I ever thought possible.Touchless bathrooms, desk-booking tools, cleaning rotas: Agencies outline the future of the office | Jessica Davies | December 14, 2020 | Digiday
The choppers, which had been sold to Syria by Russia in the early 1990s, had been undergoing a refit in Russia.
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A storm dispersed both fleets and D'Estaing, after collecting his ships, sailed off to Boston to refit.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
Two raking broadsides that crashed into the stern of the "Levant" sent that craft out of the action, to refit.The Naval History of the United States | Willis J. Abbot.
They were a Division coming out of the Somme battle to rest and refit.The History of the 51st (Highland) Division 1914-1918 | Frederick William Bewsher
A very few days were sufficient to refit the Rover, and to store and provision her ready for sea.True Blue | W.H.G. Kingston
At length, however, the men again began to refit the ship, and prepare for resuming the blockade of Cadiz.Memoirs and Correspondence of Admiral Lord de Saumarez. Vol II | Sir John Ross
British Dictionary definitions for refit
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
- refitment, noun
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