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repoint

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Pronunciation: /riːˈpɔɪnt
 
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Definition of repoint in English:

verb

[with object]
Fill in or repair the joints of (brickwork): you will need to repoint the brickwork
More example sentences
  • In any case, you will need to repoint the brickwork.
  • As and when required by the Landlord to cleanse and repoint the external stone and brickwork of the demised premises
  • So the walkway has been closed off and the builders are in to repoint the masonry, since the bees can't get into any mortar that isn't old and soft.

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