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
Companies like TrenchcoatX, A Four Chambered Heart, AORTA Films, and Foxhouse Films are attempting to reinvent porn labeling without using stereotyping language around race, gender, or orientation.
Basic: Biscuits and gravy Reinvented: Californos’ poutine 4124 Pennsylvania Ave.
Graham noted how low-cost competition from China and Mexico destroyed South Carolina's once thriving textile industry and how the state reinvented itself as a manufacturing hub, bringing the likes of BMW or French tire maker Michelin.
Lady Gaga is known for her chameleon-like style, constantly reinventing herself.
Romens said Whiting officials approached his company about developing a sports park, and a tour of Whiting's lakefront left him impressed by the city's efforts to reinvent itself as a recreation and tourism attraction.
The Arizona Justice Alliance and Reinventing Reentry are the two advocacy groups that helped enlist the law firm.
Now, with his conquest of parliament complete, Macron faces the dual challenge of reinventing French politics, seemingly from scratch, while serving as the innovative face of a powerful but untested party.
In fairness, given the current state of New York City’s subway system, reinventing the subway isn’t the worst idea, but the bus remains a tantalizing, cheaper alternative.
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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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