Definition of refurnish in English:

refurnish

verb

[with object]
  • Furnish (a room or building) again or differently.

    ‘the bedrooms have been recently refurnished’
    • ‘If you are at boarding school, it isn't just because your parents had to refurnish their Upper East Side apartment without you around.’
    • ‘Family seats, such as Arundel Castle in Sussex or Duncombe Park in Yorkshire, that once seemed too large or inconvenient for modern ways of life have been recolonised by their owners, redecorated and refurnished.’
    • ‘As a former chairman of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Nancy Campbell was well suited to the task at hand and immediately began planning to refurbish and refurnish the house.’
    • ‘In Haworth she saw that the library had been redecorated, recarpeted and refurnished, and provided with many new books.’
    • ‘You can refurnish your house several times over at IKEA for the cost of one complete set of really good furniture.’
    • ‘It has been painstakingly refurnished and modernised to an extremely high standard, all done in the best possible taste.’
    • ‘Then, as First Lady, she used her sophisticated taste to refurnish the White House as an emblem of the nation's important status and held court with her husband at state dinners and receptions.’
    • ‘This stunning home has been extensively refurnished and extended to provide bright spacious accommodation.’
    • ‘Once on board the picture is not so clear, as large areas of her interior have been cleared and refurnished as galleries.’
    • ‘They have also announced ambitious and long-term plans to refurnish the picturesque Rudkins Mill, which is a wonderful landmark on their stretch of canal.’
    • ‘Located in the middle of Bagenalstown the house has been completely refurnished and modernised.’
    • ‘The entire hotel had to be refurbished and refurnished at a cost she was reluctant to divulge.’
    • ‘If she had had her way, the room would have been refurnished years ago.’
    • ‘Now a historic house museum and a National Historic Landmark, the Mount is in the midst of a major restoration campaign that will include refurnishing the interior to reflect Wharton's decade of residence.’
    • ‘I appreciated that he went to all that trouble to refurnish my room but I didn't really care.’
    • ‘The Chinese bedroom, refurnished by 1754, contained a magnificent suite of Chinese inspired furniture, dominated by a splendid japanned canopied bed surmounted at each corner by a carved gilded dragon.’
    • ‘The Duke of York's lodgings at both palaces were remodelled and refurnished in anticipation of the 1673 marriage.’
    • ‘He used the treasure to restore and refurnish the castle in keeping with the 15th century styles.’
    • ‘He estimates it will cost him around £6,000 to refurnish the house.’
    • ‘As a means of coping with her frustrations and her depression, Mary became increasingly consumed with a project to refurnish the White House.’
    renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, rebuild, reconstruct, overhaul, make over
    View synonyms

Pronunciation

refurnish

/riːˈfəːnɪʃ/