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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredecoratere‧dec‧o‧rate /riːˈdekəreɪt/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  DHTBto change the way a room looks by painting it, changing the curtains etcredecoration /riːˌdekəˈreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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redecorateOne part of the problem is that your company did not provide adequate two-way communication while redecorating.The council-run Windsor Restaurant will be redecorated and get new carpets, a suspended ceiling and new furniture.We're thinking of having our house redecorated -- can you recommend anyone?Rituals and Cults Moving house; preliminary and formal procedures, packing, redecorating etc.In short, it's either time to remove, redecorate or remarry.The company believes even the home market has been boosted by the housing recession, with people preferring to redecorate rather than move.They responded by repainting and redecorating the home.When the young Raphael painted in the style of Leonardo, he was invited to redecorate the Vatican.When they first moved in, they completely redecorated the whole house.You ought to see it now completely redecorated wall to wall, new pink carpet, you name it.