- v. Simple past tense and past participle of recoat.
“During the 2010-2011 off-season, the ballpark roof of Chase Field was recoated with an Energy Star certified material which improves the ballpark roof's reflectivity rating and thermal emittance rating, which helps to reduce the heat island effect in downtown Phoenix.”
“In the real world i.e., my house an hour goes by and all the clean, shiny surfaces have been recoated with a new layer of lint, pet dander and other airborne particulates.”
“If they become discolored for some reason, depending on depth, can't they simply be sanded/recoated?”
“Ice had recoated everything even though there was a five-man axe party hacking and shouting somewhere forward of the snow-laden canvas sagging above the hatchway.”
“They stripped the structure of its original skin and recoated it with a veneer of red brick, added industrial-style windows to resemble those of the old factories in the neighborhood, and put large steel-and-glass canopies around the base.”
“Since the pipes have been recoated, the water pressure is better.”
“When she found the entire fence whitewashed, and not only whitewashed but elaborately coated and recoated, and even a streak added to the ground, her astonishment was almost unspeakable.”
“Eventually the plastic would wear through and have to be recoated.”
“The drug must have been soaked into one of the pellets which was then recoated.”
“Although the dry docks were in use, accommodation was quickly found for the damaged cruiser by the simple expedient of floating out a battleship that was being cleaned and recoated with anti-fouling composition.”
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