re·​trans·​form | \(ˌ)rē-tran(t)s-ˈfȯrm \
retransformed; retransforming

Definition of retransform 

transitive verb

: to transform or change (someone or something) back or again The nitrogen gas is retransformed into liquid. … scraps … of premium, mostly wool materials—which are then … mechanically converted to fiber and retransformed into yarn …— Emily Backus "… We've identified about 20 streets that are not useful, that can be taken out and retransformed into green spaces."— Luc Ferrandez After a decade of CrossFit, Chris Powell retransformed himself into a physique competitor.— Andrew Gutman

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retransformation \ (ˌ)rē-​ˌtran(t)s-​fər-​ˈmā-​shən , -​fȯr-​ \ noun plural retransformations
… The Met exhibit is the product of another turn-of-the-century Spanish renaissance, and of Barcelona's recent retransformation into an international capital of cool. — Ariella Budick

First Known Use of retransform

1594, in the meaning defined above

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