reclad

verb
re·​clad | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈklad \
reclad also recladded; recladding; reclads

Definition of reclad

transitive verb

: to clad again or anew The brick-faced garage, built in 1980, would be reclad with a warm-colored base of terracotta louvers and perforated metal panels grouped in a vertical grid.— Donna Goodison

First Known Use of reclad

1805, in the meaning defined above

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