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01. I wasn't finished reading the book, so I took it to the library, and [renewed] it for another two weeks.
02. An urban [renewal] project has been started in the city core, with plans to plant trees, clean up litter, and renovate some public buildings.
03. I have to [renew] my driver's license before it expires on my next birthday.
04. The old men quickly [renewed] their friendship when they met again for the first time in over thirty years.
05. The [renewal] of peace talks has been welcomed by all sides in the conflict.
06. The project to build a bridge to to the mainland has been [renewed] by a recent government poll which showed that support for the idea has grown.
07. The U.S. has announced it will [renew] its diplomatic relations with the country if it agrees to release political dissidents.
08. Wendell Berry once said that to cherish what remains of the Earth, and to foster its [renewal] is our only legitimate hope of survival.
09. Goethe once said that we must always change, [renew], rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise we harden.
10. Susan Taylor once observed that we need quiet time to examine our lives openly and honestly; spending quiet time alone gives your mind an opportunity to [renew] itself, and create order.
11. Alcohol is used as a [renewable] fuel source for powering some vehicles in Brazil.
12. Wind is an excellent source of power because it is continually being [renewed] by nature.
13. Shell Oil recently pledged to spend up to $1 billion on [renewable] energy sources over the next five years.
14. You'll need to bring two pieces of I.D., two photos, and a completed application form when you [renew] your passport.
15. [Renewable] energy sources such as solar power and wind power offer clean energy that is both safe for our environment and good for the economy.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • renew — re‧new [rɪˈnjuː ǁ rɪˈnuː] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] to arrange for an existing contract, agreement, deal etc to continue: • Most airlines renew their insurance policies between July and October. • The original contract had a term of… …   Financial and business terms

  • renew — renew, restore, refresh, renovate, refurbish, rejuvenate are comparable when they mean to give a person or thing that has become old, worn, or exhausted the qualities or appearance of what is fresh or new or young. Renew is so inclusive a term… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • renew — re·new /ri nü, nyü/ vt 1: to make like new: restore to freshness, vigor, or perfection; specif: to prevent the lapse of (a judgment) due to expiration of a statute of limitations 2: to do or state again renew ed his objection to the evidence 3:… …   Law dictionary

  • renew — [ri no͞o′, rinyo͞o′] vt. [ME renewen < re + newe (see NEW), after L renovare: see RENOVATE] 1. to make new or as if new again; make young, fresh, or strong again; bring back into good condition 2. to give new spiritual strength to 3. to cause… …   English World dictionary

  • Renew — Re*new (r? n? ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Reneved} ( n?d ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Renewing}.] [Pref. re + new. Cf. {Renovate}.] 1. To make new again; to restore to freshness, perfection, or vigor; to give new life to; to rejuvenate; to re[eum]stablish; to …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • renew — late 14c., from re again + M.E. newen resume, revive, renew; on analogy of L. renovare …   Etymology dictionary

  • Renew — Re*new , v. i. To become new, or as new; to grow or begin again. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • renew — [v] start over; refurbish begin again, brace, breathe new life into*, bring up to date*, continue, exhilarate, extend, fix up, freshen, gentrify, go over, mend, modernize, overhaul, prolong, reaffirm, reawaken, recommence, recondition, recreate,… …   New thesaurus

  • renew — ► VERB 1) resume or re establish after an interruption. 2) give fresh life or strength to. 3) extend the period of validity of (a licence, subscription, or contract). 4) replace or restore (something broken or worn out). DERIVATIVES renewal noun… …   English terms dictionary

  • renew */*/ — UK [rɪˈnjuː] / US [rɪˈnu] verb [transitive] Word forms renew : present tense I/you/we/they renew he/she/it renews present participle renewing past tense renewed past participle renewed 1) to arrange for something to continue for a longer period… …   English dictionary

  • renew — Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make like new ; restore to freshness, vigor, or perfection < as we renew our strength in sleep > 2. to make new spiritually ; regenerate 3. a. to restore to existence ; revive b. to make …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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