redesign

verb
re·​de·​sign | \ ˌrē-di-ˈzīn \
redesigned; redesigning; redesigns

Definition of redesign

transitive verb

: to revise in appearance, function, or content

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Other Words from redesign

redesign noun

Examples of redesign in a Sentence

The book's cover has been redesigned for the new edition. a newly redesigned Web site

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So Target has redesigned the backrooms of most of its 1,800 stores to shave seconds off picking and packing and to accelerate online shipments. Christopher Rugaber, The Seattle Times, "U.S. retailers hope higher pay will buy more efficient workers," 1 Jan. 2019 The seats have been redesigned for more support and optional units offer fully adjustable power memory seats with enhanced lumbar support and even heating and ventilation. Popular Mechanics Editors, Popular Mechanics, "The All-New 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Is Pushing Commercial Utility Into the Future," 1 Dec. 2018 Two decades later, and the 14,000 square foot boutique has been entirely redesigned by architect Peter Marino, who has worked with the house on stores in Istanbul, Ginza, and Beverly Hills among other. Charles Curkin, ELLE Decor, "Architect Peter Marino Believes in Retail But Not in Bad Design," 14 Nov. 2018 The Apple Pencil has been slightly redesigned for comfort. David Pierce, WSJ, "Apple’s New iPad Pro: Great Tablet, Still Can’t Replace Your Laptop," 5 Nov. 2018 Rooms have been sleekly redesigned in teak and zebra wood, reflecting a sophisticated Polynesian aesthetic. Cnt Editors, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Best Resorts in Hawaii: 2018 Readers' Choice Awards," 9 Oct. 2018 Entire gameplay systems were redesigned and rebalanced, and there was now plenty of content for hardcore loot fiends to grind through. Aaron Zimmerman, Ars Technica, "Destiny 2: Forsaken review: Hallelujah, Destiny’s back," 19 Sep. 2018 The Enclave, Buick’s large, three-row crossover, has been redesigned for 2018, allowing the automaker to finally place its predecessor in a sepulchre and seal the entrance. Al Haas, Philly.com, "Redesigned after 10 years, new Buick Enclave is worth the wait," 28 June 2018 In addition, prime real estate within the two-floor space is being granted to four LED light beds that have been redesigned to simultaneously treat different zones of the body, say anti-cellulite for the derrière paired with anti-aging on the neck. Zoe Ruffner, Vogue, "Joanna Vargas Opens Up a New Manhattan Spa—Just in Time for the Holidays," 4 Dec. 2018

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First Known Use of redesign

circa 1807, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of redesign was circa 1807

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redesign

verb

English Language Learners Definition of redesign

: to change the design of (something)

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