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synonyms for repaired

  • corrected
  • refurbished
  • remodeled
  • renovated
  • adjusted
  • improved
  • mended
  • rebuilt
  • rectified
  • refinished
  • renewed
  • restored
  • settled
  • patched up
  • remedied
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antonyms for repaired

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  • broken
  • damaged
  • torn
  • worn
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How to use repaired in a sentence

After two support cables failed in recent months, the radio observatory’s 305-meter-wide dish is damaged beyond repair, the National Science Foundation announced on November 19.
ARECIBO OBSERVATORY, AN ‘ICON OF PUERTO RICAN SCIENCE,’ WILL BE DEMOLISHEDLISA GROSSMANNOVEMBER 19, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Even if the repairs were successful, there would be no way to guarantee long-term stability.
THE SECOND-LARGEST RADIO TELESCOPE IN THE WORLD IS SHUTTING DOWNNEEL PATELNOVEMBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Meanwhile, Nana estimates that the appliance repair market is a $4 billion opportunity, with some 80 million appliances in need to being serviced annually in the US.
NANA NABS $6M FOR AN ONLINE ACADEMY AND MARKETPLACE DEDICATED TO APPLIANCE REPAIRINGRID LUNDENNOVEMBER 12, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Without access to wireless data that can be used in repairs, mechanics who aren’t employed by the car’s manufacturer would be unable to repair components of the vehicle connected to remote servers.
ALL THE WAYS THE 2020 ELECTION HAS INFLUENCED SCIENCE POLICY SO FARKATE BAGGALEYNOVEMBER 6, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
In March, about 65 percent of city voters signed off on Measure C, a hotel-tax increase aimed at funding a Convention Center expansion, homeless initiatives and road repairs.
DEMAND FOR HOUSING SOLUTIONS HAS REACHED NEW HEIGHTSLISA HALVERSTADTNOVEMBER 5, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Namely, it will force car companies to allow independent dealerships, auto repair shops, and mechanics to have access, as authorized by car owners.
MASSACHUSETTS EXPANDS ‘RIGHT TO REPAIR’ LAW FOR AUTOMAKERSRHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
Local search is a vital component of your overall SEO strategy, all the more so when you’re running a strictly local business with a physical presence, such as a pastry shop, a car repair facility, or a beauty salon.
DOES CHANGING YOUR BUSINESS PHONE NUMBER AFFECT SEO?EMMA WORDENNOVEMBER 3, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
The software is meant to track both broad sentiment about a company’s products and services, and specific customer interactions, such as repair or refund requests.
WHO IS RYAN SMITH, NEW OWNER OF THE UTAH JAZZ?DZANEMORRISOCTOBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
That would enable car owners and independent repair facilities to access the car’s mechanical data and electronically diagnose and repair any issues, rather than restricting that data to carmakers and their dealerships.
THE STATE BALLOT MEASURES THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY SHOULD WATCH IN THE 2020 ELECTIONREYMASHAYEKHIOCTOBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
The seller can then make the repairs and provide the report and invoices for the work to the buyer.
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WORDS RELATED TO REPAIRED

  • ameliorated
  • amended
  • augmented
  • bettered
  • bolstered up
  • corrected
  • elaborated
  • enhanced
  • enriched
  • fixed up
  • mended
  • modernized
  • refined
  • reformed
  • rehabilitated
  • remodeled
  • renovated
  • repaired
  • revised
  • upgraded
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.