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renovate in Construction topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrenovateren‧o‧vate /ˈrenəveɪt/ verb [transitive]  TBCREPAIRto repair a building or old furniture so that it is in good condition again The hotel has been renovated and redecorated.see thesaurus at repairrenovation /ˌrenəˈveɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
renovateThis was their temporary bedroom while the house was being renovated.These are primarily to help buy, extend or renovate a surgery or consulting rooms.Recently it was completely renovated, and now looks brand new.The old theatre has been completely renovated and re-fitted.Now the buildings are being renovated into 41 apartments, mainly for families earning less than $ 30,000 a year.We decided to buy an old house and renovate it ourselves.It will take over a year to renovate the historic hotel.The next step is to raise yet more money to renovate the other side.He renovated the place and made it so successful that he also bought the second shop where he had worked!There were about 500 construction workers renovating the tower when the fire broke out.He bought six old bicycles and renovated them.