- v. Simple past tense and past participle of renovate.
“The art school moved to the Instituto Allende in renovated eighteenth century buildings with huge grounds.”
“Having your only bathrom renovated is remarkably stressful.”
“Two of the floors are being gutted/renovated, which is keeping us out of the News Corp building 3 blocks up … for now.”
“& Co. decided to name renovated dining rooms on the 49th floor of its headquarters for some of the companies absorbed on its way to the top of the financial heap.”
“Instead the building had tons of money poured into the renovation of that building and you cannot really appreciate it that much from the outside, but if you look on the inside as well as other very old business buildings downtown that have been renovated, that is one part of downtown that is a treasure.”
“This product is known as renovated butter, and has poor keeping qualities.”
“With its attentive staff, polished service and large meeting spaces, the Hyatt may be the only option for discerning travelers to Port-of-Spain - at least until the vintage Hilton Trinidad is fully renovated, which is at least a year and a half away.”
“Yves's face was patched back together, "renovated" just like the façade behind which Yves had plunged.”
“This year though, our conference room is being "renovated" which so far has consisted of taking down the blackboard and white board and removing the chairs, thus rendering the room unusable.”
“The executives "renovated" the houses by hiring media-hyped young designers, spent billions of dollars on deliberately shocking advertising campaigns, dressed celebrities -- some paying six-figure sums to the celebrities to wear the items, introduced fashionable lower-priced logo-covered accessories, rolled out thousands of stores that are as ubiquitous and approachable as Benetton or Gap, opened outlets to sell leftovers at bargain prices, launched e-commerce sites, and ramped up their share of duty-free retailing.”
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