Definition of reinvent
1 : to make as if for the first time something already invented reinvent the wheel
2 : to remake or redo completely
3 : to bring into use again
reinventionplay \-ˈven(t)-shən\ noun
Examples of reinvent in a Sentence
The candidate promised to reinvent Social Security.
chefs who reinvent regional favorites using exotic ingredients
Recent Examples of reinvent from the Web
But the remote town along the Washington-Oregon border has reinvented itself in the past two decades into a center of premium wines and wine tourism.
Clinton represents failure and the past at a moment when the party needs to reinvent itself as newer and younger and bolder.
Over the years, various entertainment companies have promised to reinvent the water-park-for-the-masses experience.
Here are 10 to check out before school is back in session: Story by Mike Pearson, The Blade 1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky The amusement park reinvented and expanded its water park, formerly Soak City, as Cedar Point Shores this year.
Areas of the city that were dated have been reinvented.
Regina Carter This electrifying violinist shines whether playing jazz, classical, African music or reinventing a Jimi Hendrix classic.
Overstock and Nasdaq OMX are part of a growing effort to reinvent financial markets using the blockchain and blockchain-like technology.
The college bookstore, once the sluggish and unaccommodating institution dreaded by generations of students, is desperately trying to reinvent itself.
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First Known Use of reinvent
REINVENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reinvent for English Language Learners
: to make major changes or improvements to (something)
: to present (something) in a different or new way
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