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repaper

Line breaks: re|paper
Pronunciation: /riːˈpeɪpə
 
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Definition of repaper in English:

verb

[with object]
Apply new wallpaper to (a wall or room).
Example sentences
  • You don't have to live with unsightly damage to wallcovering, nor must you repaper an entire wall because of it.
  • Every room was repapered and painted and new furniture was ordered.
  • To comply with their covenant at clause 2 of the Lease the family were obliged to repaper the walls in question and not simply to paint over the existing wallpaper.

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