Simple Definition of retool
: to change or replace the tools or machines in (a factory, workshop, etc.)
: to make changes to (something) in order to improve it
Examples of retool in a sentence
The factory has been retooled.
The company is retooling its sales strategies.
The company is retooling for the future.
First Known Use of retool
Rhymes with retool
ampoule, babul, Banjul, befool, Blackpool, B-school, carpool, church school, cesspool, closestool, curule, dame school, day school, edge tool, Elul, faldstool, flake tool, footstool, gene pool, grade school, hangul, high school, homeschool, Kabul, misrule, Mosul, old school, prep school, preschool, self-rule, step stool, tide pool, toadstool, tomfool, trade school, uncool, unspool, vanpool, whirlpool
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