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refit in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrefitre‧fit /ˌriːˈfɪt/ verb (refitted, refitting) [intransitive, transitive]  TTWto make a ship, aircraft, building etc ready to be used again, by doing repairs and putting in new machinery The ship was completely refitted five years ago.refit /ˈriːfɪt/ noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
refitIn 1987 a survey concluded that the theatre should shut immediately, to allow structural repairs, rewiring, refitting and restoration.Part of the surviving force was left at Kufra, while others were flown back to Kabrit to refit and resupply.The survivors returned to Alexandria to refit as cavalry and received replacements from the County.Both are still locked in commercial combat over the lucrative contract to refit Britain's Trident submarine fleet.But after her refit it seems there's little to concern the crew.Superdrug will now refit many high street shops with a new perfume counter.A variety of area computer stores specialize in refitting older computers with new components.Defence ministry sources said last night that officials were aware of the tanker refitting scheme.a refitted shrimp boat