Definition of remend in US English:

remend

verb

  • with object To mend (something), especially (in later use) for a second or subsequent time.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in William Wyrley (1565–1618), antiquary and herald. From re- + mend. Compare post-classical Latin remendare to repair, Anglo-Norman remender to repair, to set right.

Pronunciation

remend

/ˌriːˈmɛnd/