To renew something can mean to resume an activity or commitment after an interruption. "Your subscription will automatically renew after 12 months." "The team renewed their efforts after an embarrassing first-half." To 'renew' can also mean to revive, refresh or give new life or strength to something. "She tackled the exam the second time around with renewed determination." "I feel completely renewed after my holiday."
Social Examples (Basic)
With fossil fuels running out,it's important to pursue renewable energyif we want to keep the lights on!
I need torenew my driving license. It expires in two months' time.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The company decided totake a renewed approach to marketing, as the existing one wasn't working.
Our product integrates a new approach to project management that takes into account renewed approaches to planning and the best of design.
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