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Synonyms and Antonyms of revamp

  1. 1 to make different in some way <the automaker is revamping a number of its cars in an effort to make them more appealing to younger consumers> Synonyms alter, make over, modify, recast, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, change, revise, rework, varyRelated Words deform, metamorphose, mutate; regenerate, revolutionize, transfigure, transform, transmute; commute, convert, exchange; rejigger, retoolAntonyms fix, freeze, set, stabilize

  2. 2 to prepare for publication by correcting, rewriting, or updating <revamped the short story so that it would fit better with the magazine's other offerings> Synonyms redraft, edit, revise, reworkRelated Words perfect, polish, touch up; copyedit, read, sub [British], subedit; reedit; amend, annotate, correct, emend, rectify; fact-check; anthologize, collect, compile; get out, issue, print, publish; abridge, blue-pencil, redact, red-pencil; engross, recopy

  3. 3 to put into good shape or working order again <it will be cheaper to replace the old machinery than it would be to revamp it> Synonyms doctor, fix, patch, recondition, renovate, repair, mendRelated Words fix up, furbish, overhaul, rebuild, reconstruct, refurbish; aid, cure, heal, help; condition, prepare, ready; care (for), maintain, service; freshen, refresh, refreshen, regenerate, rejuvenate, renew, restore, revitalize, revive; adjust, correct, modify, rectify, redress, reform, right; ameliorate, better, enhance, enrich, improve, meliorateNear Antonyms blemish, break, damage, deface, disfigure, flaw, harm, hurt, impair, injure, mar, ruin, spoil, vandalize, wreck; cripple, disable, maim, mangle, mutilate

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