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Definition of "reconditioning" [reconditioning]

  • Present participle of recondition. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reconditioning" in a sentence
  • "My wish would be for whomever takes over as coach to quickly settle on combinations particularly the midfield where the current coaches tried 16 different combinations! and stick with them, to use minimal rotation and to never, ever utter the word reconditioning again."
  • "Some of the management were recommending public ownership because of the immense amount of capital involved in reconditioning the mines."
  • "H&P officials have posted a $4 million penal bond and delivered a so-called "reconditioning plan" detailing how they hope to restart the 30-year-old family business."