Definition of redecorate in English:

redecorate

Line breaks: re|dec¦or¦ate
Pronunciation: /riːˈdɛkəreɪt
 
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verb

[with object]
Apply paint or wallpaper in (a room or building) again, typically differently: you will have to redecorate the room afterwards [no object]: burger bars have been redecorating with pastel colours
More example sentences
  • If you are redecorating a room that is covered in wallpaper, it is usually necessary to remove the old wallpaper.
  • Framed art is a quick and easy solution to redecorating a room, for two reasons.
  • I vividly remember when my mother decided to redecorate our living room.

Derivatives

redecoration

Pronunciation: /-ˈreɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • During the next six weeks, the library will undergo a programme of refurbishment, redecoration and modernisation.
  • The current owners have carried out extensive redecoration and refurbishment work during their six years in the house, which is now in very good condition.
  • ‘Television programmes that encourage spending on redecoration and home makeovers are all very well,’ he said.

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