mend
[mend]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to make (something broken, worn, torn, or otherwise damaged) whole, sound, or usable by repairing: to mend old clothes; to mend a broken toy.
2.
to remove or correct defects or errors in.
3.
to set right; make better; improve: to mend matters.
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1. fix, restore, retouch. Mend, darn, patch mean to repair something and thus renew its usefulness. Mend is a general expression that emphasizes the idea of ...

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a place where something (such as a piece of clothing) has been repaired. See the full definition for mend in the English Language Learners Dictionary. mend.

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mend meaning: 1. to repair something that is broken or damaged: 2. a place in a piece of clothing where a repair has been made 3. to repair cloth that is torn or ...

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When you mend something, you fix it or make it better. If you can mend your broken lamp, then it will shine again. If not you'll have to sit in the dark.

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Definition of mend - repair (something that is broken or damaged), add fuel to (a fire)

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To undeniably 'correct' something that has been rendered 'savage' (broken) by the common existence of humanity.

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Define mend. mend synonyms, mend pronunciation, mend translation, English dictionary definition of mend. v. mend·ed , mend·ing , mends v. tr. 1. To make ...