reconception

noun
re·con·cep·tion | \ (ˌ)rē-kən-ˈsep-shən \
plural reconceptions

Definition of reconception 

1 : the action of reconceiving something or the state of being reconceived In January, Lina M. Khan, a fellow at Open Markets, published an article in The Yale Law Journal arguing for a complete reconception of antitrust laws to deal with the rise of Amazon. —Farhad Manjoo

2 : something that has been reconceived It also manages to be the best reconception of "Star Trek" in a year that also gave us "The Orville" and the actual prequel, "Star Trek: Discovery." —James Poniewozik

First Known Use of reconception

1656, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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