re·new /ri-'nü, -'nyü/ vt1: to make like new: restore to freshness, vigor, or perfection; specif: to prevent the lapse of (a judgment) due to expiration of a statute of limitations2: to do or state againrenew ed his objection to the evidence3: to grant or obtain again or as an extensionrenew a leasevi1: to become new or as new2: to make a renewal (as of a contract)re·new·abil·i·ty /-ˌnü-ə-'bi-lə-tē, -ˌnyü-/ nre·new·able /-'nü-ə-bəl, -'nyü-/ adj
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
(begin again) verb
continue, iterare, launch again, progress, put back, readmit, recommence, redintegrare, reembark, reenter, regenerate, reinstall, reinstate, reinstitute, reintroduce, reopen, reorganize, repeat, repetere, resume, return to, revive, set going again, start again, stimulate, transform
associated concepts: leave to renew, renew a motion, renew an objection
ameliorate, amend, bring up to date, cure, enhance, fix, freshen, give new life to, improve, invigorate, make over, make perfect, make sound, make well, make whole, meliorate, mend, modernize, overhaul, patch up, perfect, put into shape, reanimate, reawaken, rebuild, reclaim, reconcinnare, recondition, reconstitute, reconstruct, reconvert, recover, recreate, rectify, redesign, redintegrate, redo, redress, refashion, reficere, refinish, refit, refresh, refurbish, regenerate, rehabilitate, reintegrate, reinvigorate, rejuvenate, rekindle, remake, remodel, renovare, renovate, repair, replace, replenish, reproduce, restore, resurge, resurrect, resuscitate, retouch, revamp, revise, revitalize, revive, rework, salvage, save
amend, continue (resume), cure, fix (repair), meliorate, proceed (continue), recollect, reconstitute, reconstruct, recreate, recur, reform, rehabilitate, relapse, remedy, renovate, reopen, repair, repeat (do again), replenish, reproduce, resume, resurrect
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006