When something’s broken, you put it in repair
Tweak it, fix it, with love and care
But some things take time to repair
Some things need to heal the tear
But no matter if it’s here or there,
it will be repaired
Just be patient while I move the air
Mac Dictionary’s definition:
[ with obj. ]fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault): faulty electrical appliances should be repaired by an electrician.• make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it: an operation to repair damage to his neck.• put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation): the new government moved quickly to repair relations with the USA.
the action of fixing or mending something: the truck was beyond repair| the abandoned house they bought needs repairs.• a result of fixing or mending: a coat of French polish was brushed over the repair.• the relative physical condition of an object: the existing hospital is in a bad state of repair.
DERIVATIVES repairable adjective.
ORIGIN late Middle English: from Old French reparer, from Latin reparare, from re- ‘back’ + parare ‘make ready.’
repair 2 |riˈpe(ə)r|
[ no obj. ] (repair to) formal or humorousgo to (a place), esp. in company: we repaired to the tranquility of a nearby cafe.
frequent or habitual visiting of a place: she exhorted repair to the church.• a place that is frequently visited or occupied: the repairs of wild beasts.
ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French repairer, from late Latinrepatriare ‘return to one’s country’ (see repatriate) .
What have you put in repair?