reclad

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reclad ‎(third-person singular simple present reclads, present participle recladding, simple past and past participle recladded)

  1. To clad again.
  2. To replace cladding.
    • 2015 February 7, Helen Yemm, “Thorny problems: How can I soften a brick wall with plants?”[1], The Daily Telegraph (London), page G7:
      I have recently reclad the south-west facing side of my single-storey cottage, having first removed a grapevine planted by the previous owner that had become massive and invasive.

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