Definition of recondition in English:

recondition

Line breaks: re|con¦di¦tion
Pronunciation: /riːkənˈdɪʃ(ə)n
 
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verb

[with object]
1Condition again: it was necessary to recondition the human mind to accept change
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  • Blake wanted him in tip-top condition and reconditioned by the end of the week.
  • His secret to success is reconditioning the mind.
  • You can recondition your air to remove the carbon dioxide and to restore the oxygen.
1.1British Overhaul or renovate (a vehicle engine or piece of equipment): a ship was being reconditioned (as adjective reconditioned) a reconditioned engine
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  • Hank reconditioned the engine and Neil renovated the interior.
  • He's just had a reconditioned lead-free engine put in.
  • A 20-strong group, including Mrs Carter and Mrs Shepherd, went out with a lorry-load of equipment including several reconditioned sewing machines and knitting machines and set up their tents in the town.
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