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
LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- Both finalists for redesigning the six-acre Lakewood Hospital site envision public spaces, flanked by office, retail and upscale residential space -- possibly 12 or 18 stories tall.
The restaurant her son redesigned himself, now sleek with black tables and chairs and white counter tops, is constantly full.
When redesigning a Hamptons home owned by a young New York couple, interior designer Tamara Magel knew that full-on nautical was not the way to go.
Last week, Imperial Beach council members voted against redesigning one of the monument signs marking the entrance to the city.
Under a leading One Center City option, Sixth Avenue would be redesigned as a busier two-way thoroughfare — offering a direct shot from Amazon’s campus in north downtown to I-5 near James Street.
All of the prints were designed by O'Shea's friend and collaborator Benny Robinson—who also redesigned the Brioni logo for O'Shea—and featured zombie hula dancers, pot leaves, and pentagrams.
Rogue Sport is essentially like the previous (first-generation) Rogue, which Nissan actually kept on the market for a couple of years after the redesigned Rogue debuted for 2014 – calling it the Rogue Select.
The Orange County Register has redesigned its website.
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Definition of redesign for English Language Learners
: to change the design of (something)
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