Definition of reimagine
: to imagine again or anew; especially : to form a new conception of : re-create
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Paraag Marathe arrived in San Francisco with a very clear directive from the 49ers, to reimagine the Jimmy Johnson draft chart.
Other photographers reimagine the ordinary, like Toni Frissell’s Two Models Drinking a Coke.
On the top floor is the rather curious concept bar Pop, which is worth a visit to see how the Chinese would reimagine 1950s Miami.
The store offers antique jewelry restoration services as well as a service to reimagine out-of-date pieces into something more modern and wearable.
Last fall, a spontaneous moment of inspiration moved her to reimagine her own experience as BLAST.
But Cantus has wisely chosen not to imitate but rather to reimagine that 1967 masterpiece.
First, colleges need to reimagine how and where students are taught.
These contexts can provide an opening to the far right, but also to people who want to reimagine politics more within the center but also come up with new solutions and new ways to deliver those politics.
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