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make over

verb

Definition of MAKE OVER

transitive verb
1
:  to transfer the title of (property)
2
a :  remake, remodel, redesign <made the whole house over>
b :  reform 1

Examples of MAKE OVER

  1. <the old factory was completely made over and is now an upscale shopping center>
  2. <made the deed over to his daughter>

First Known Use of MAKE OVER

1546

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