Renew

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Definition

to renew: to refresh, to regenerate, to rejuvenate, to renovate, to revive
verb
I need to renew my passport. I must get a new one to replace the old one.

a renewal: regeneration, rejuvenation, a renovation
noun
My subscription will soon need a renewal. I will have to pay again for the coming twelve months.

renewable (energy): (energy) able to be replaced as quickly as it is used
adjective

Examples

  • "I made two mistakes that day: not putting on my seatbelt (and suffering horrific nasal injuries as a result) and not renewing my auto insurance."
  • "Susie : I've also renewed our contract with Ivana Bümbüm and she will continue to promote Delavigne perfumes for the next four years."
  • "Shannon : Check it, and with your agreement we can renew the same policy."
  • "I've also renewed our contract with Ivana Bümbüm and she will continue to promote Delavigne perfumes for the next four years."
  • "Cork is a renewable resource: its trees are not killed when the cork is taken."
  • "You'll be pleased to know that despite our little incident, I managed to talk those suckers at 'Smells R Us' into renewing their orders for the upcoming year."
  • "As far as incentives are concerned, we offer Ivana a six-month provisional contract with an almost-guaranteed renewal following the launch of our advertising campaign."

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