re-fund


re-fund
re-fund (rē-fŭndʹ) tr.v. re-·fund·ed, re-·fund·ing, re-·funds
1. To fund anew.
2. To pay back (a debt) with new borrowing, especially to replace (a bond issue) with a new issue.

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