Definition of Reface

1. Verb. Put a new facing on (a garment).

Generic synonyms: Face



2. Verb. Provide with a new facing. "The building was refaced with beautiful stones"
Category relationships: Building, Construction
Generic synonyms: Face

Definition of Reface

1. Verb. (transitive) To replace the face or surface of something; to create a new outer layer. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reface

1. to repair the outer surface of [v -FACED, -FACING, -FACES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reface

reexpresses
reexpressing
reexpression
reextend
reextended
reextending
reextends
reezed
ref
refabricate
refabricated
refabricates
refabricating
refabrication
refabrications
reface (current term)
refaced
refaces
refacing
refaction
refactor
refactorability
refactorable
refactored
refactoring
refactorings
refactorisation
refactorisations
refactorization
refactorizations

Literary usage of Reface

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1. A New Manual of Logarithms to Seven Places of Decimals by Carl Bruhns (1900)
"reface. Köhler's Handbook of Logarithms, which has hitherto been published by Tauchnitz, and which will still be continued to be published by them, ..."

2. A Union List of Collections on European History in American Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson (1915)
".reface A number of requests having been made for a subject index, this index was planned by Dr. Walter ..."

3. Catalogue of Coleopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum by Adam White, Frederick Smith, C H Boheman (1847)
"P reface. THE object of this book is to present a Catalogue of the well-established species of LONGICORN ..."

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