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reface

Line breaks: re¦face
Pronunciation: /riːˈfeɪs
 
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Definition of reface in English:

verb

[with object]
Put a new facing on (a building): part of the tower was refaced with brick
More example sentences
  • Once the materials arrive, it's time to remove the contents of your cabinets in preparation for the next stage of the process: refacing the cases, as the cabinet boxes are called.
  • Achieving the right look required refacing the cabinets, replacing the appliances and, as the Hortons discovered, making critical design decisions.
  • If you're happy with your existing cabinet layout and the cabinets are still in good condition, then updating their look by refacing them is a smart alternative to replacing them.

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