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
Patridge reportedly picked up the 4-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom house for $1.5 million in 2016, and soon after completely redesigned the living room, dining room and the master bedroom — pulling together the last a month before her daughter was due.
The current principal of Arlington Woods Elementary School 99, Henderson will redesign the school model to further address the pervasive trauma-related and social emotional needs of its student body.
Over the decades, Wattles has had the architectural plans for his riverfront property redesigned, from a traditional style house to a Northwest Craftsman with a stone facade.
The Kitchen property was in better shape, but Lally and Placeres still redesigned the interior to create a lighter atmosphere.
On phones, Google is redesigning Assistant to show an overview of your day, drawing in data from various sources and services.
Austin Motel Hip hotelier Liz Lambert redesigned an Austin icon into exactly the kind of no-frills spot all the cool kids love.
The effort has redesigned a state job website, eliminated hundreds of obsolete job titles from state records and simplified exams that are required for state job applications.
Rooms have been completely gutted and redesigned, as have two music venues, the now 7,000-seat Hard Rock Live at the Etess Arena and a smaller 2,000-seat venue.
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REDESIGN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of redesign for English Language Learners
: to change the design of (something)
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