- Renovate and redecorate (something, especially a building): the premises have been completely refurbished in our corporate styleMore example sentences
renovate, recondition, rehabilitate, revamp, make over, overhaul, restore, renew, develop, redevelop, rebuild, reconstruct, remodel; redecorate, brighten up, freshen up, spruce up; improve, upgrade, refit, fix up, re-equip; modernize, update, bring up to date, bring into the twenty-first century; North American bring up to code• informal do upNorth American • informal rehab
- Volunteer your family's time by helping out at a children's hospital or homeless shelter or building or refurbishing housing for people in need.
- There has been little investment in the town hall by the district council over the past five years because its intention has always been to completely refurbish the building.
- Mr Ryan said the €28m funding was to help upgrade and refurbish buildings and facilities used by young people.
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- St Malachy's Church, Kilcoo, reopened on Sunday, April 17, at 3pm, after extensive renovations and refurbishments.
- Renovations and refurbishments were carried out at Killadooley National School during the year and were completed at the end of October.
- There were joint winners of the Manchester Phoenix Award for restoration and refurbishment.