Definition of redecoration in English:

redecoration

noun

mass noun
  • The process of applying paint or wallpaper in a room or building again, typically in a different style from before.

    ‘parts of the house could benefit from some redecoration’
    count noun ‘external repairs and redecorations to the property’
    • ‘The improvements and redecorations to the common parts of the building were unlikely to have had any sizeable impact upon the rent.’
    • ‘The care home was required to put together a plan for refurbishment and redecoration with enough baths and showers.’
    • ‘We are awaiting the borough's proposals for a repair and redecoration programme before transferring the funds to them.’
    • ‘The Common Room will be closed until 17 September to allow us to undertake much-needed redecoration work.’
    • ‘She is currently working on the redecoration of the hotel's 100 bedrooms.’
    • ‘The boiler and central heating system was upgraded with the bedrooms and function suites undergoing redecoration.’
    • ‘He had the two rooms decorated in a neo-Baroque style, a redecoration that extended to the reframing of the paintings.’
    • ‘He advised on the redecoration of the five complete period rooms.’
    • ‘The church had been used as a school and was in need of redecoration and refurbishment.’
    • ‘The bedroom is the next room she has slated for redecoration.’

Pronunciation

redecoration

/riːdɛkəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/