re- + bulb
rebulb (third-person singular simple present rebulbs, present participle rebulbing, simple past and past participle rebulbed)
- (transitive) To change the bulb in (a light fitting).
2009 February 12, Glenn Collins, “Restored to the Glamour of Its Vaudeville Days”, in New York Times:
- Furthermore, multiple levels of ceiling cove lighting were rewired, then the fixtures rebulbed, as restorers say, returning the illumination to a glory not seen for 50 years, Mr. Tarozzi said.