verb re·make \(ˌ)rē-ˈmāk\

: to make a new or different version of (something, such as a movie, song, etc.)

: to make (something) into something else


Full Definition of REMAKE

transitive verb
:  to make anew or in a different form
re·mak·er \-ˈmā-kər\ noun

Examples of REMAKE

  1. They will be remaking the film with American actors.
  2. <one of those people who left the security and conformity of a small town to remake their lives in the big city>

First Known Use of REMAKE

circa 1635


noun re·make \ˈrē-ˌmāk\

: a new or different version of a movie, song, etc.

Full Definition of REMAKE

:  one that is remade; especially :  a new version of a motion picture

Examples of REMAKE

  1. The director's next project will be a remake of King Kong.

First Known Use of REMAKE



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