Definition of refurb in English:

refurb

Line breaks: re¦furb
Pronunciation: /ˈriːfəːb/

noun

informal
An act or instance of refurbishing a building: the theatre closes next year for its £100m refurb
More example sentences
  • Speaking of poll dancing… I'm not sure I like the refurb at Village.
  • Structurally nothing was altered which had us all wondering what exactly had taken the three months for the refurb to be completed.
  • London's Festival Hall closes next month for an expensive refurb.

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