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rewire in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrewirere‧wire /ˌriːˈwaɪə $ -ˈwaɪr/ verb [transitive]  TPEto put new electric wires in a building, machine, light etc→ See Verb table
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rewireBy 2000, the rest of San Diego should be rewired.Supposing you want your house rewired.Today they are being rewired and repainted in a new livery, giving them a handsome appearance which belies their fifty years.The building was rewired in 1973.Like I said, if this guitar were mine I'd rewire it like an ES335.And he approved the rewiring of decision-making and spending authorities.They told him that division progress required a complete rewiring of the decision-making process in order to push author-ity down the line.In 1987 a survey concluded that the theatre should shut immediately, to allow structural repairs, rewiring, refitting and restoration.