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Definition of "renewed" []

  • Happening again after a pause, esp with more vigour, energy or enthusiasm than before (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of renew. (verb)

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Use "renewed" in a sentence
  • "Tortolero said not having his term renewed was a "major disappointment," and he called the decision "political.""
  • "Peter Tinsley, chair of the Military Police Complaints Commission, did not have his term renewed last fall after ordering public interest hearings into the handling of Afghan prisoners."
  • "The beneficiary of the environmental bond held by Banco de la Produccion S.A. Produbanco has been changed from the Ministry of Non Renewable Resources to the Ministry of Environment, and the term renewed for one year."