Repair synonyms

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To connect temporarily (electronic components), as with a patch cord.
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To mend, to repair.
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To make scholarly corrections or improvements in (a text)
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To patch up or restore; renovate.
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An act, or the process, of renovating.
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The definition of improve is to make something or someone better, or to become better.
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A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
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To get better; improve, esp. in health
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Sew is defined as to join or repair with a needle and thread.
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To renew; to revamp something to make it look new again.
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The act by which something is repaired; a mending.
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Immoral or unjust effects:
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To make suitable or improve by altering in a certain way
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Increase; growth; progress; advance.
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The definition of adjust means to change something to a better fit or to be more usable.
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To make right; change from wrong to right; remove errors from
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Overhaul is defined as to examine and make necessary repairs, or to catch up with someone or something.
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(Idiomatic) To make slight corrections or adjustments; to fill in or perfect.
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To darn is defined as to fix a hole in cloth by weaving a patch across the hole.
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To make or become better; improve:
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To stop up (the cracks, seams, etc.) of (a window frame, boat, etc.) as with a puttylike sealant or oakum
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To make or mend (boots or shoes).
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To work as a tinker.
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To improve a prototype, or first draft.
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(Obs.) Agreement or reconciliation
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The act or process of making amends for a wrong.
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Something given or done in return; repayment, reward, retaliation, or compensation
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To adjust (a garment) for a better fit.
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To make better; improve
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To make usable or attractive again; refurbish
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To free from grief, troubles, evil, etc.
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To promise to make good another’s financial loss or liability resulting from a particular event or contingency.
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To make a journey; travel.
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To restore something to an original state
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(Comput.) To gain access to (data) that is on a floppy disk, hard drive, etc.
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To withstand the effects of travel or relocation
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(Intransitive) To submit oneself as a candidate (with the adposition "to" designating the recipient of the submission, and the adposition "for" designating the position).
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(Informal) To urinate or defecate:
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To go or apply (to) for help
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(Idiomatic) to stay, linger or loiter
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To inhabit, visit, or appear to in the form of a ghost or other supernatural being.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, slang) To spend time doing nothing in particular.
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The act of subverting a vote.
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One that is invariably present in and long associated with a place:
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A place for hanging out.
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To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
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To impart vitality
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To alter or mend (clothing).
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(Idiomatic) to briefly mention.
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To compensate is to pay someone for services performed, to repay someone for some wrong or that something positive exists to make up for something negative.
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Settlement of a debt or claim.
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Things to be repaired by sewing, darning, patching, etc.
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(Proper) The period of this (1867-77)
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The definition of a substitution is a replacement.
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The definition of a reformation is a correction or improvement, or a religious movement in the 16th century.
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The process of rehabilitating something.
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The act of performing maintenance on something.
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(Geol.) The process of very gradual solution and simultaneous deposition by which one kind of mineral is substituted for another
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A method of joining two metallic surfaces by melting an alloy between them
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To return to a good state; to amend or correct one's own character or habits; as, a person of settled habits of vice will seldom reform.
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To put back in good condition, as by cleaning, patching, or repairing
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To reestablish, or bring back into existence.
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To provide services to:
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To brighten, freshen, or polish up again; renovate
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To make or do over again, especially with minimal revision; rehash:
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Refresh is defined as to cool off, enliven, restore or make someone feel energized.
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To arrange to extend the loan of:
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Rectify is defined as to make something right.
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To do justice to; to relieve from wrong; to restore rights to; to assert or regain the rights of.
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To counteract or rectify (a problem, mistake, or undesirable situation).
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To make into a different shape
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To repair or remodel extensively, as by taking apart and reconstructing, often with new parts
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A significant change in circumstance, attitude, perception, or focus of attention: big break, lucky break, bad break.
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A drop of the clear salty liquid secreted by glands (lacrimal glands) in the eyes. Tears wet the membrane covering the eye and help rid the eye of irritating substances.
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The characteristic appearance of the surface of a broken mineral.
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To cause damage to.
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(Educ.) Designating or of any special course of study for helping students overcome deficiencies in specific skills, abilities, or knowledge
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Amends made, as for damage or loss.
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A setting right, as of wrong, injury, or oppression; as, the redress of grievances; hence, relief; remedy; reparation; indemnification.
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(Fantasy, gaming) restoration of health or hit points
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Restoration to an original state; renewal of purity.
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(Medicine) The movement of rotation which usually occurs in childbirth after the head has been delivered, and which causes the latter to point towards the side to which it was directed at the beginning of labour.
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(Archaic) Suitable repayment for one's actions; requital
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To search for and eliminate malfunctioning elements or errors in:
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To constitute again or anew; reconstruct, reorganize, or recompose; specif., to restore (a dehydrated or condensed substance) to its full liquid form by adding water
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To construct again; rebuild.
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To make or be made ready or fit for use again, as by repairing, reequipping, or resupplying
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To manage to reach again:
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To undergo spiritual conversion or rebirth; reform.
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To make over in structure or style; reconstruct.
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(Intransitive) To retreat from action or danger; to withdraw for safety or pleasure; as, to retire from battle.
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(Music) A form of ornamentation in which groups of short notes are used instead of long ones
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The act or work of a wrecker
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(Archaic) A bodily injury causing pain; a wound or bruise.
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A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
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The state or fact of being neglected:
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Destruction is defined as the tearing down or dismantling or killing of something.
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To suffer destruction or ruin; become wrecked:
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To overindulge so as to cause to demand or expect too much
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Ruin is defined as to break or destroy something.
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To cause damage to; impair:
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(Intransitive) To cause destruction.
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The definition of arrive is when you become someone important or when you become someone or something you have always wanted to be.
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(Intransitive) To continue to have a particular quality.
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To endure or persist:
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Maintain is defined as to keep in a current state in order to prevent from failing or breaking or to carry on or to support or provide.
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To make one's way, go (to).
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To move or go quickly or hurriedly:
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To pay frequent visits to; be in or at often:
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
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(Informal) A regular or favorite gathering place, resort, or haunt
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To put fresh life into; refresh or restore in body or mind, esp. after work, by play, amusement, or relaxation
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To reconstruct or re-create:
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To produce (a play) or exhibit (an old film) again after an interval
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To arouse; stimulate; stir
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To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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To provide a remedy for
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restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken
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To rejuvenate is to restore, or to make someone or something look younger or fresher.
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To send or direct (someone) to someone or something for aid, information, etc.
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