Definition of replumb in US English:

replumb

verb

  • with object To refit or replace the plumbing in (a building, room, etc.).

Origin

Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). Partly from classical Latin replumbāre to remove the leading from, unsolder from re- + plumbāre, and partly from re- + plumb.

Pronunciation

replumb

/ˌriːˈplʌm/