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refit (v.)

also re-fit," to fit or prepare again; get refitted," 1660s, from re- "again" + fit (v.). Originally nautical, "to restore (ships) after damages." Related: Refitted; refitting. As a noun, 1799 as "an act or instance of refitting." Earlier nouns were refitment (1706); refitting (1690s).

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Definitions of refit from WordNet
1
refit (v.)
fit out again;
2
refit (n.)
outfitting a ship again (by repairing or replacing parts);
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