Simple Definition of rework
: to make changes to (something, such as a piece of writing or music) in order to improve it
Full Definition of rework
: to work again or anew: as a : revise b : to reprocess (as used material) for further use
Examples of rework
The design has been completely reworked.
<the sculptor reworked the clay into another shape>
First Known Use of rework
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