Synonym: overhaul, redevelopment, refurbishment, restoration. Similar words: innovation, ovation, innovative, denotation, elevation, salvation, starvation, derivation. Meaning: [‚renəʊ'veɪʃn] n. 1. the act of improving by renewing and restoring 2. the state of being restored to its former good condition.
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1 The renovation of the theatre is now nearing completion.
2 The museum was closed for renovation.
3 The building has undergone major renovation.
4 The college is closed for renovation.
5 No.103 trolleybus was rerouted due to the renovation of Chang'an Street.
6 The museum is closed for renovation.
7 The entire fabric of the church needs renovation.
8 The gallery is closed for renovation.
9 The renovation process and decoration took four months.
10 The old Victorian house is in need of renovation.
11 Both buildings need seismic upgrading and renovation.
12 The work does not involve major adaptations or renovation.
13 Several construction and renovation projects took longer to complete than estimated,[www.Sentencedict.com] meaning rents started coming in later.
14 Regis benefited from a $ 100 million renovation five years ago, and it was money well spent.
15 In the renovation, guest rooms were enlarged, with the total count falling to 194 from its pre-closing 253.
16 It's been re-opened today after 2 years renovation and the new tenants will be paying ￡15,000 this year alone.
17 After extensive renovation, Chiswick House was opened formally by the Duke of Devonshire to the public, in 1958.
18 Mass movements are often a factor in the awakening and renovation of stagnant societies.
19 The pub has been closed for eight weeks but tenant Tracy Willcox said the renovation was a vast improvement.
20 The posters are intended to cheer up the staircase, which is in urgent need of renovation.
21 Agency heads have been instructed to work within existing budgets and no extra funds have been granted for energy-saving equipment and renovation.
22 The firm is now under new management and the shop has undergone extensive renovation and structural work.
23 In the last few years the museum has undergone extensive renovation.
24 It would improve the housing stock and decrease the future need for renovation and repair.
25 With a new manager came a change in emphasis and a renovation programme was commenced, starting with car 250 in 1955.
26 The yard was cleared, the mill pond dug out and an extensive programme of rebuilding and renovation carried out.
27 The pact was ostensibly motivated by a desire to eradicate political dynasties and corruption in favour of political renovation and democratic change.
28 Bud Adams, the Houston oilman who owns the Oilers, wanted a new stadium, not a renovation.
29 Caltrans says it could begin work on the freeway renovation by 2000.
30 Holy Trinity abided by the terms of the compromise, but the Renovation Committee ultimately decided to continue with its original plans.
More similar words: innovation, ovation, innovative, denotation, elevation, salvation, starvation, derivation, motivation, excavation, captivation, observation, deprivation, reservation, denomination, conservation, renunciation, proportional representation, ratification, gratification, acclimatization, rendition, nation, ration, oration, elation, station, creation, mutation, rational.