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returf

Line breaks: re¦turf
Pronunciation: /riːˈtəːf
 
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Definition of returf in English:

verb

[with object] British
Cover (ground) or replace (a lawn or sports field) with new turf.
Example sentences
  • If you choose to returf, know that turf farms have minimum order quantities and delivery charges and may only sell to contractors.
  • The oval's surface has been returfed and a new drainage system installed to make the ground suitable for international sport.
  • Bare patches can either be reseeded or returfed.

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