Meaning of retrofit
Pronunciation: (v.re'trō-fit", re"trō-fit'n., adj.re'trō-fit"), [key]
— v., n., adj. -fit•ted -fit, -fit•ting,
- to modify equipment (in airplanes, automobiles, a factory, etc.) that is already in service using parts developed or made available after the time of original manufacture.
- to install, fit, or adapt (a device or system) for use with something older: to retrofit solar heating to a poorly insulated house.
- (of new or modified parts, equipment, etc.) to fit into or onto existing equipment.
- to replace existing parts, equipment, etc., with updated parts or systems.
- something that has been retrofitted.
- an instance of updating, enlarging, etc., with new or modified equipment: A retrofit could save thousands of dollars.
- being or characterized by a retrofit: retrofit units.
- retrofit (Thesaurus)