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reshape

verb re·shape \(ˌ)rē-ˈshāp\

: to give a new form or shape to (something)

Full Definition of RESHAPE

transitive verb
:  to give a new form or orientation to :  reorganize
re·shap·er noun

Examples of RESHAPE

  1. The body of the car was reshaped to allow for more cargo space.
  2. These changes will reshape the future.
  3. He reshaped the plot of his story.

First Known Use of RESHAPE

1827

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