reshape

verb re·shape \ (ˌ)rē-ˈshāp \

Definition of reshape

transitive verb
:to give a new form or orientation to :reorganize

reshaper

noun

Examples of reshape in a Sentence

  1. The body of the car was reshaped to allow for more cargo space.

  2. These changes will reshape the future.

  3. He reshaped the plot of his story.

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First Known Use of reshape

1827


RESHAPE Defined for English Language Learners

reshape

verb

Definition of reshape for English Language Learners

  • : to give a new form or shape to (something)



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