Definition of refix in English:

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refix

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verb

[with object]
Fix in position again or differently: you can refix surface-mounted fittings on the face of the new panelling
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  • Other repairs will include refixing loose fittings which support the handrails, replacing the most worn steps and stones, and a survey to plot the features of the steps in the most detailed way ever attempted.
  • He rushes straight round, and finds it, and refixes it, because, after all, it's my custom.
  • Mr Clifford's parents' gravestone was strapped to a stake before it was taken out, new foundations were dug, then it was refixed by his stonemason, Clifford & Sons of Stratford on Tuesday.

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