recolor

verb
re·​col·​or | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈkə-lər \
recolored; recoloring; recolors

Definition of recolor

transitive verb

: to color (something) again or anew Five of the designs were kept and in some cases recolored, others were created from scratch.— Christopher Petkanas … I try to explain the ineluctable lure that eclipses hold for me. Wherever totality occurs, the sudden midday darkness recolors the landscape and confounds the senses.— Dava Sobel

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1566, in the meaning defined above

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