Translation of refurbish in Spanish:

refurbish

renovar, v.

Pronunciation /riːˈfəːbɪʃ//riˈfərbɪʃ/

transitive verb

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    renovar
    hacer reformas en
    (restore) restaurar
    • The plan is part of the council's sheltered housing strategy, which includes refurbishing the building and other sheltered housing schemes across the borough.
    • Volunteer your family's time by helping out at a children's hospital or homeless shelter or building or refurbishing housing for people in need.
    • The developer will also refurbish the Castle Place shopping precinct, improving lighting, CCTV, and disabled access.
    • She said work would now begin to refurbish the building for new tenants, but officers feared a substantial amount of renovation might be necessary.
    • The city council has refurbished a building opposite Sainsbury for extra offices.
    • St Anne's Convent School now plans to refurbish its facilities, improve staffing levels and build a new science block.
    • Soon, developers started taking notice, refurbishing the old buildings and transforming them into expensive shops and condos.
    • Mr Ryan said the €28m funding was to help upgrade and refurbish buildings and facilities used by young people.
    • The majority of those killed were teenagers celebrating at the disco and building workers refurbishing the supermarket.
    • A company had been set up to manage council homes in the area and cash had already been earmarked to renovate and refurbish homes in West Leeds, including the Fairfield estate.
    • There has been little investment in the town hall by the district council over the past five years because its intention has always been to completely refurbish the building.
    • The Catacombs Project plans to refurbish the disused buildings under the church, which is a protected structure.
    • It was estimated that refurbishing the building to meet modern office standards would cost the council up to £13m.
    • If they undertake to refurbish the building, they can rebuild the Odeon's dented reputation.
    • Aurora said that the agency would proceed with the plan to refurbish the heritage building so that it was well-integrated with its neighborhood.
    • The move comes after planners refused two applications from the Police Authority to reclad the tower and refurbish the surrounding buildings.
    • But last week it was confirmed Blackburn with Darwen Council would build a new club house or refurbish a suitable building on land in an an area nearby, at no cost to members.
    • Mrs Marsh said the Met's property services department is carrying out a cost assessment of refurbishing the building in Burlington Road, as well as reviewing ongoing costs.
    • When he saw the state of the orphanage he vowed to return with enough funding to rebuild it and refurbish the facilities inside.
    • Members of the public crammed into Bentham Town Hall to voice their concerns about a proposal to refurbish the building.