Definition of Refurbish
to decorate and repair something to improve its appearance or function;
improve a plan, idea and etc.
Use Refurbish in a sentence
It cost them a fortune to refurbish their house, but it was worth it.
They refurbish old toys and, send them off to– to other kids who may need them.
My husband has recently purchased a sailboat and is refurbishing it now.
This 1973 Porsche 911T, a 2.3-liter engine model was among the easiest of Porsche engines to refurbish and repair.
She also does stained glass and refurbishes antique mirrors.
Reboot Canada refurbishes computers to give to charitable organizations and individuals.
Cruise lines are investing more money into refurbishing older ships.
Within months, the board refurbished the idea and added an opportunity for local students to get involved in such charity campaigns.
The local government has commissioned a feasibility study to determine if it is worth trying to refurbish some of the historic buildings downtown.
They bought a house that was built in 1902 and refurbished it, and now it has been declared a heritage house by the city.