renovation
[ˌrɛnəˈveɪʃn]
NOUN
renovations (plural noun)
  1. the action of renovating a building.
    "this property is in need of complete renovation" ·
    "older churches underwent major renovations"
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How to use renovation in a sentence?
this property is in need of complete renovation.
older churches underwent major renovations.
the renovation of council properties.
the renovation of houses for letting.
How to say renovation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans opknapping
Arabic (NOUN)تجديد, التجديد, ترميم, الترميم, اعمال التجديد
Bangla সংস্কার
Bosnian (Latin) renoviranje
Bulgarian (NOUN)обновяване, реновиране, ремонт, реконструкция
Cantonese (Traditional) 改造
Catalan (NOUN)renovació, rehabilitació, reforma, remodelació, adequació, restauració
Chinese Simplified 改造
Chinese Traditional 改造
Croatian (NOUN)renoviranje, adaptaciju, obnove, uređenje, obnavljanje
Czech (NOUN)renovace, opravování, rekonstrukce, modernizované, obnova, restaurování
Danish (NOUN)renovering, ombygning, sanering
Dutch (NOUN)renovatie, verbouwing, vernieuwing, gerenoveerd, sanering
Estonian (NOUN)renoveerimine, uuendamine
Fijian vakavinakataki
Filipino pagkukumpuni
Finnish (NOUN)remontin, kunnostus, peruskorjaus, korjauksia, uudistus
French (NOUN)rénovation, reconditionnement, réaménagement, réfection, réhabilitation
German (NOUN)Renovierung, Sanierung, Erneuerung, Umbau, Restaurierung, Instandsetzung
Greek (NOUN)ανακαίνιση, ενημέρωσης, αναπαλαίωση, ανάπλαση, ανανέωση
Haitian Creole renovasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)שיפוץ, השיפוץ, לשיפוץ, שיפוצים
Hindi (NOUN)नवीकरण, नवीनीकरण, मरम्मत
Hungarian (NOUN)felújítása, renoválás, tatarozás
Icelandic (NOUN)endurnýjun
Indonesian (NOUN)renovasi, bedah
Italian (NOUN)ristrutturazione, rinnovamento, restauro, risanamento
Japanese (NOUN)改修, リノベーション, 改装, リフォーム, 改修工事, 改装工事, 革新, 改築, リニューアル, 工事
Kiswahili (NOUN)ukarabati
Korean (NOUN)리노베이션, 혁신, 개조, 리모델링, 재건축, 개보수
Latvian (NOUN)renovācijas, remonts, atjaunošana
Lithuanian (NOUN)renovacija, atnaujinimas
Malagasy fanavaozana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)pengubahsuaian, renovasi, ubahsuai
Maltese rinnovazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål Renovasjon
Persian (NOUN)نوسازی
Polish (NOUN)renowacji, remont, aktualizacji, odnowienie, modernizacja, odświeżanie
Portuguese (NOUN)renovação, reforma, remodelação
Querétaro Otomi renovación
Romanian (NOUN)renovare, reparaţia
Russian (NOUN)обновления, реновации, ремонт, реконструкции, евроремонт, реставрации
Samoan faafouga
Serbian (Cyrillic) реновирање
Serbian (Latin) renoviranje
Slovak (NOUN)renovácie, rekonštrukcie, opravovanie, obnova
Slovenian (NOUN)obnova, prenova, sanacija
Spanish (NOUN)renovación, remodelación, refaccionar, rehabilitación, reforma, restauración, saneamiento
Swedish (NOUN)renovering, upprustning, ombyggnad, förnyelse
Tahitian faaapiraa
Tamil புதுப்பித்தல்
Telugu కుంగుబాటు
Thai ปรับปรุงใหม่
Tongan fai hano fakalelei'i
Turkish (NOUN)yenileme, renovasyon, tadilat, onarımı
Ukrainian (NOUN)поновлення, реконструкції, євроремонт, ремонт
Urdu تجدید
Vietnamese (NOUN)thá, Cập Nhật
Welsh (NOUN)adnewyddu, atgyweirio
Yucatec Maya renovación
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