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Another word for repair

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Verb
  1. To restore to proper condition or functioning

      1. Conforming with or conformable to justice, law, or morality:
      2. In accordance with fact, reason, or truth; correct:
      3. Fitting, proper, or appropriate:
      1. To patch up or restore; renovate.
      2. To revise or reconstruct (a manuscript, for example).
      3. To vamp (a shoe) anew.
      1. A small piece of material affixed to another, larger piece to conceal, reinforce, or repair a worn area, hole, or tear.
      2. A small piece of cloth used for patchwork.
      3. A small cloth badge affixed to a garment as a decoration or an insignia, as of a military unit.
      1. To examine or go over carefully for needed repairs.
      2. To dismantle in order to make repairs.
      3. To slacken (a line) or to release and separate the blocks of (a tackle).
      1. To make repairs or restoration to; fix.
      2. To reform or correct:
      3. To improve in health or condition:
      1. To provide (someone) (with something); to furnish.
      2. To repair or refurbish.
      3. To prepare or provide (something).
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. A person who is licensed to practice medicine and has trained at a school of medicine, chiropractic, optometry, podiatry, dentistry, or veterinary medicine.
      2. A practitioner of alternative medicine or folk medicine who does not have traditional medical credentials.
      3. A person who has earned the highest academic degree, usually a PhD, awarded by a college or university in a specified discipline.
  2. To look to when in need

      1. To cause to move around an axis or center; cause to rotate or revolve:
      2. To cause to move around in order to achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening, or loosening:
      3. To alter or control the functioning of (a mechanical device, for example) by the use of a rotating or similar movement:
      1. To move swiftly on foot so that both or all feet are not on the ground during each stride.
      2. To retreat rapidly; flee:
      3. To depart; leave:
      1. To turn to or make use of a person, strategy, or course of action for help or as a means of achieving something:
      2. To go, especially customarily or frequently; repair:
      3. A place frequented by people for relaxation or recreation:
      1. To direct to a source for help or information:
      2. To submit (a matter in dispute) to an authority for arbitration, decision, or examination.
      3. To direct the attention of:
      1. To move or travel; proceed:
      2. To move away from a place; depart:
      3. To pursue a certain course:
      1. To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:
      2. To put to or adapt for a special use:
      3. To put into action:
  3. To visit regularly

Another word for repair

Noun
      1. Present participle of solder.
      2. A method of joining two metallic surfaces by melting an alloy between them
      1. The act or process of replacing or of being replaced; substitution.
      2. One that replaces, especially a person assigned to a vacant military position.
      3. The act of returning each item that has been selected in a subset from a group before making another selection.
      1. A small piece of material affixed to another, larger piece to conceal, reinforce, or repair a worn area, hole, or tear.
      2. A small piece of cloth used for patchwork.
      3. A small cloth badge affixed to a garment as a decoration or an insignia, as of a military unit.
      1. Present participle of service.
      2. The act of performing maintenance on something.
      1. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance. A restoration of reputation and character, the term has many context-sensitive meanings. In penology, it is the process of improving the inmate’s character so he will become a productive member of society. At a trial, it is the restoration of a witness’s credibility after it has been impeached under cross examination. In the context of bankruptcy, it is restoring a corporation’s solvency by satisfying the creditors’ claims with future earnings, so that the corporation may continue to do business. See also mitigating circumstance.
      1. The act of reforming or the state of being reformed.
      2. A 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of the Protestant churches.
      1. The act or an instance of substituting.
      2. The state of being substituted.
      3. One that is substituted; a replacement.
      1. An act of restoring:
      2. An instance of restoring or of being restored:
      3. The state of being restored.
      1. The act or process of improving.
      2. The state of being improved.
      3. A change or addition that improves.
      1. The act of adjusting or the state of being adjusted.
      2. A means of adjusting.
      3. Settlement of a debt or claim.
      1. The act or result of reconstructing.
      2. The period (1865–1877) during which the states that had seceded to the Confederacy were controlled by the federal government before being readmitted to the Union.
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