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repair

v. to restore to former condition or in some contracts to operational soundness. Contracts should spell out the repairs to be made and what the final condition will be. Example: roof repairs should be more than a half-baked patching to temporarily halt leaking.

repair

noun adjustment, alteration, amelioration, betterment, correction, cure, fixing, improvement, melioration, mending, overhaul, patching, reanimation, reassembling, reconditioning, reconstruction, recovery, rectification, reform, reformation, rehabilitation, remodeling, renewal, renovation, reorganization, restoration, resurrection, retouching, revival
Associated concepts: duty to repair, failure to keep in repair, opportunity to make repairs

repair

verb adjust, ameliorate, amend, brush up, condition, correct, cure, darn, fix, improve, make better, make good, make improvements, meliorate, mend, patch, piece, put in order, put into shape, put right, readjust, rebuild, recondition, reconstruct, rectify, redress, reficere, refit, reform, refresh, refurbish, rehabilitate, remedy, render better, renew, reparare, reshape, resurrect, retouch, retread, revamp, revive, right, service, tinker, touch up, vamp
Associated concepts: duty to repair
See also: change, correction, cure, emend, maintenance, meliorate, rectify, redress, reform, rehabilitate, rehabilitation, remedy, renew, renewal, renovate, reparation, restore, upkeep

repair

a new remedy open to consumers in the UK under regulations promulgated in 2002, where goods are supplied in breach of contract. The vendor has the choice to replace instead. This is additional to the traditional rules on breach of contract.
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These are used to distribute impact energy more efficiently in the event of a collision, and also enhance repairability and pedestrian impact protection.
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Its ease of cleaning, good wear and corrosion resistance and in-line repairability make the new belt particularly suited to use in hygiene critical industries such as food processing.
Easy repairability also ensures that insurance rates are relatively low compared to the competition, while resale values are among the best in its class.
The challenge is for electronics recycling companies to explain reuse and repairability without being accused of exporting toxics overseas.
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This includes items that are classified as consumables with expendability, recoverability repairability category (ERRC) code of N or P.
The cylinder design offers the benefits of repairability without the need for hand tools by securing the cylinder body to the rod guide with a knurled, threaded nut.
Among them we can cite the following: excellent mechanical performance under service conditions between -40[degrees]C and 210[degrees]; flow properties conducive to easier and repeatable processing: in-mold Class A surface finish; and repairability issues.
Susceptibility of microorganisms to UV depends on the complexity of the microorganism's structure, its repairability, and its general sensitivity (12).
The LIMBT challenges being resolved include injection molding thermoplastic material to achieve sufficient semi-structural integrity and durability in all operating conditions, acceptable surface finish, part accuracy and repeatability, along with a validated assembly process and repairability.
The Association of British Insurers have given the saloon a low insurance rating because of class-leading levels of security and crash-worthiness in absorption and repairability.