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
All the Apple hype is building toward the release of a new, expensive, redesigned iPhone this fall, but that's far from the only thing Apple is putting out.
Ford has sold more than 1.35 million Explorers since 2011, the model year in which the Explorer was last redesigned.
The Olive Street kitchen, last redesigned by the architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen in the 1960s, will be modern, Mr. Veevers-Carter said.
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.
That was the objective all along, way back when Sporting KC redesigned its offense in the offseason.
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.
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Definition of redesign for English Language Learners
: to change the design of (something)
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