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  1. renew

    • IPA[rɪˈnjuː]

    英式

    • v.
      resume (an activity) after an interruption;re-establish (a relationship)
    • verb: renew, 3rd person present: renews, gerund or present participle: renewing, past tense: renewed, past participle: renewed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. resume (an activity) after an interruption:

      the parents renewed their campaign to save the school

      he announced that he did not intend to renew the peace talks

    • 2. re-establish (a relationship):

      the two renewed their friendship, not having seen one another for five years

    • 3. repeat (a statement):

      detectives renewed their appeal for witnesses to contact them

    • 4. give fresh life or strength to; revive:

      my stay at the retreat has renewed me

      a change of scenery will recharge your batteries and renew your zest for life

    • 5. extend the period of validity of (a licence, subscription, contract, etc.):

      her contract had not been renewed

    • 6. replace (something that is broken or worn out):

      a generator was replaced and filters were renewed

    • adj. having been resumed, re-established, or revived:

    • he is currently fighting a renewed attempt by the US to extradite him

      a renewed friendship between the two countries

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    • adj. having been resumed, re-established, or revived:

    • he is currently fighting a renewed attempt by the US to extradite him

      a renewed friendship between the two countries

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    • IPA[rəˈn(y)o͞o]

    美式

    • v.
      resume (an activity) after an interruption:
    • the parents renewed their campaign to save the school

      he announced that he did not intend to renew the peace talks

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