re-equip

VERB
  1. re-equip a factory or plant
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How To Use re-equip In A Sentence

  • He was responsible for carrying out a major programme of workshop re-equipment.
  • But though he was brave, and active in pushing through the re-equipment of his forces by the Americans, Giraud was arrogant and lacked any political sense.
  • Its initial efforts have been to try and bridge the gap between the great need for quality working equipment in the developing world and the tremendous waste of UK equipment discarded when dentists re-equip their surgeries.
  • The new festival is campaigning to raise 3 million to re-equip the theatre and mount its 2017 season. Times, Sunday Times
  • They used the truce to redeploy their forces, re-equip themselves and plan new military campaigns. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the same time this involves the taking on of ‘feminine’ traits that will somehow re-equip them for the new economic world they must face.
  • Going down this road is the way forward - it will generate investment to refurbish, re-equip and modernise, and safeguard the future of our leisure services.
  • He said there had been a ‘huge increase in the defence bill’ and the state would be spending R30 bn over next five years re-equipping the defence force.
  • Among other things he re-equipped the Greenwich observatory with new instruments (which he designed himself), he created a magnetic and meteorological department, and he made important contributions to celestial mechanics.
  • Unlike the other spaces, the Alice offered existing arts facilities, pre-equipped with dance floors, barres, and dressing rooms.
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