repattern

verb
re·​pat·​tern | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈpa-tərn \
variants: or less commonly re-pattern
repatterned also re-patterned; repatterning also re-patterning

Definition of repattern

transitive verb

: to pattern (something) anew repatterning the breath in yoga Then, Dorsey massages his image with reporters; he … creepily repatterns his speech after Steve Jobs …— Matt Pearce … represents an important opportunity for parents to help re-pattern the way boys view girls …— Robert Lipsyte

First Known Use of repattern

1923, in the meaning defined above

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