Synonyms of renew in English:

renew


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verb

1‘I renewed my search for Frankie’

SYNONYMS
resume, return to, pick up again, take up again, come back to, reopen, begin again, start again, restart, recommence
continue, continue with, carry on, carry on with, proceed with
re-establish

2‘they renewed their vows at a cathedral service in Chicago’

SYNONYMS
reaffirm, reassert, confirm
repeat, reiterate, restate, say again, iterate
rare ingeminate

3‘she needed something to renew her interest in life’

SYNONYMS
revive, regenerate, revitalize, reinvigorate, restore, breathe new life into, resurrect, resuscitate, awaken, wake up, rejuvenate, stimulate
archaic renovate

4‘the hotel was completely renewed last year’

SYNONYMS
renovate, restore, modernize, redecorate, refurbish, revamp, make over, improve, recondition, rehabilitate, overhaul, redevelop, rebuild, reconstruct, remodel
update, bring up to date
refit, re-equip, refurnish
North American bring something up to code
informal do up, fix up, give something a facelift, vamp up
British informal tart up
North American informal rehab

5‘the station renewed Jackie's contract after three months’

SYNONYMS
extend, prolong

6‘I had to run to the store to renew my supply of toilet paper’

SYNONYMS
replenish, stock up, restock, resupply, refill
replace
British top up