Definition of Re-equip
1. Verb. Re-equip a factory or plant.
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Literary usage of Re-equip
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Acquisitive Society by Richard Henry ( Tawney (1920)
"If it desires to re-equip industries with machinery and its railways with gons, had it not better refrain from holding ex- ..."
2. The Acquisitive Society by Richard Henry Tawney (1920)
"If it desires to re-equip its industries with machinery and its railways with wagons, had it not better refrain from holding exhibitions designed to ..."
3. Horse, Truck and Tractor: The Coming of Cheaper Power for City and Farm by Herbert Newton Casson, Rollin William Hutchinson, Lynn Webster Ellis (1913)
"Few concerns would re-equip themselves with horse transportation now. A horse that has been used for delivery or hauling service, especially on city ..."
4. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1919)
"In 1917 an agreement was entered Into between the owner of the "Majestic Theater" and the defendant, whereby the owner was to remodel and re-equip the ..."