verb (used with object)
to furbish again; renovate; brighten: to refurbish the lobby.
restoration, renovation, revitalization, replenishment, rebirth, revival, regeneration, resumption, awakening, reformation, rejuvenation, resurrection, recommencement, face-lift, revampment
- refund annuity,
Origin of refurbish
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Examples from the Web for refurbishment
The company soon embarked on a refurbishment of Easter Elchies, opening to the public in 1985.
(tr) to make neat, clean, or complete, as by renovating, re-equipping, or restoring
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