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renewal 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/riˈn(y)o͞oəl/,
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renewals, plural;
  1. The action of extending the period of validity of a license, subscription, or contract
    • - the contracts came up for renewal
    • - a renewal of his passport
  2. An instance of resuming an activity or state after an interruption
    • - a renewal of hostilities
  3. The replacing or repair of something that is worn out, run-down, or broken
    • - the need for urban renewal
  4. (among charismatic Christians) The state or process of being made spiritually new in the Holy Spirit


  1. reclamation: the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
  2. the act of renewing
  3. refilling: filling again by supplying what has been used up
  4. (renew) regenerate: reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
  5. (renew) reincarnate: cause to appear in a new form; "the old product was reincarnated to appeal to a younger market"
  6. (renewed) restored to a new condition; "felt renewed strength"
  7. Renewal is the sixth album by the German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1992. It is their first "experimental" album, as in this release Kreator incorporated some industrial music influences in their songwriting. It is also the last album to feature original bassist Rob Fioretti.
  8. Renewal, a 2008 documentary film, is the first feature-length documentary film to capture the vitality and diversity of today’s religious-environmental activists. ...
  9. The remise is a renewal of an attack in fencing. It is performed when one fencer's attack has failed, either because their opponent has parried or they missed. If the attacker immediately continues their attack in the same line, they have executed a remise. ...
  10. Renewal is a British left-wing political magazine, published in London, England, by Lawrence and Wishart.
  11. Renewal is the act of bringing up again a motion that has already been disposed of by the deliberative assembly. Generally, the assembly cannot be asked to decide the same, or substantially the same, question as one it has already decided in the same session
  12. Maintenance fees or renewal fees are fees that are paid to maintain a granted patent in force. Some patent laws require the payment of maintenance fees for pending patent applications. ...
  13. (renew) To make (something) new again; to restore to freshness or original condition. [from 14th c.]; To replace (something which has broken etc.); to replenish (something which has been exhausted), to keep up a required supply of. [from 14th c.]; To make new spiritually; to regenerate. ...
  14. (Renewals) For those renewing their mortgage and want the best deal available without hassle
  15. (Renewals) Most Intellectual Property rights require fees (renewal fees) in order to be maintained in force.
  16. (Renewals) Type of rechargeable battery made by Rayovac and commonly used in HP48s.
  17. (Renewals) When a customer continues their annual subscription for a product or service once it has expired for a period (usually a year).
  18. (Renewals) happen on the 1st of each month. All rented deals automatically renew each and every month unless the advertiser or partner cancels prior to the 1st. Renewals that happen on the 1st of January will not be paid to the partner until the 10th of February. ...
  19. (Renewals) means the renewal of the Contract by the Customer for rolling 12 month periods;
  20. Subscription renewals are invoiced automatically and if not paid by the expiration date shall be considered terminated by the Customer and the Customer agrees to discontinue use of The Software upon such expiration.
  21. (renew) To extend the loan period of library material(s). Library customers may extend their due dates twice by accessing their library account online, by calling the library, or in person. NEW materials may not be renewed.
  22. Renew is a service which allows you to extend the loan period for the book that you have checked out unless another user has recalled the book. You can renew your books online and check to see how many items you have checked out from the Library in your library account. ...
  23. (renew) to enter into a new lease term for a rental property after the existing lease term has expired. Automatic renewal of leases without a new written agreement is common. Check the Provincial and Territorial Fact Sheets for exact terms relating to lease renewals.
  24. (Renew) extend the due date of an item that you have borrowed, so that you can keep it longer. More information on our borrow, return and renew pages.
  25. (RENEW) To extend to due date for a book.