Definition of reshape
: to give a new form or orientation to : reorganize
Examples of reshape in a Sentence
The body of the car was reshaped to allow for more cargo space.
These changes will reshape the future.
He reshaped the plot of his story.
Recent Examples of reshape from the Web
In a shocking development, some states say that these individuals are trying to reshape federal policy to put the interests of for-profit schools above those of their students.
In Shenzhen, the transition is well underway, and the city has emerged as a testing ground for some of the policies — and technologies — that will reshape China’s energy future.
And as Bertolini looks to reshape Aetna into a cutting-edge data company, the image of the person at the helm becomes an important part of the puzzle.
Yeahs, Vampire Weekend, the National, TV on the Radio, and LCD Soundsystem among many others, as technology reshaped the music business and the post-9/11 creative center of N.Y.C. moved from libertine Manhattan to nerdy Brooklyn.
Behind Third Point’s investment in Nestlé is a conviction that the company must do more to reshape its product portfolio and adapt to changing consumer tastes and competition from smaller, local brands.
But according to the BBC, Oxford University hopes to keep the conflict that reshaped the globe and defined the 20th century from slipping further into the mists of history.
Design software maker AutoDesk and Salesforce.com have rallied as new technology has reshaped business.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will reshape the United States' Cuba policy with a speech in Miami on Friday, reinstituting some travel restrictions to the island and seeking to block business with the country's military.
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Definition of reshape for English Language Learners
: to give a new form or shape to (something)
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