Definition of redesign
: to revise in appearance, function, or content
Examples of redesign in a Sentence
The book's cover has been redesigned for the new edition.
a newly redesigned Web site
Recent Examples of redesign from the Web
The front seats have also been redesigned to enhance comfort.
The company is now spending $1.5 million on a renovation that will overhaul the common areas and bathrooms, redesign the entrances and lobby and update the building systems.
Chef-owner Chris Zahn of Zee Christopher Catering recently redesigned the interior of the cafe, upgraded his kitchen and added a tap system that will pour Idaho wine and beer.
GMC redesigned its Acadia midsize family crossover for 2017, and has included the special top-of-the-line Denali version in the model mix.
Now, the city is working on adding some upgrades before the site is completely redesigned.
From Maine to Arizona, some states are seizing on an invitation by the Trump administration to redesign a program that was created as part of the 1960s Great Society and now covers 69 million Americans.
The team has redesigned virtually every piece of technology that runs a traditional restaurant from scratch.
Napster fallout: Consumer electronics companies might be forced to redesign their architecture to avoid ending up in court after watching the courts continue to rule in favor of copyright holders in the digital entertainment arena.
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Definition of redesign for English Language Learners
: to change the design of (something)
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