Examples of revamp in a Sentence
The company has revamped the design of its best-selling car.
the automaker is revamping a number of its cars in an effort to make them more appealing to younger consumers
Recent Examples of revamp from the Web
And what better way to shame the U.S., (which failed to even qualify), into revamping its approach to youth soccer than for Mexico to win it all in Russia?
In his current role as the Socceroos' leading sports scientist, Duncan has been credited with revamping the national team's fitness regime, culminating in a first Asian Cup win in 2015.
Hitting coach John Mallee has worked with Franco on revamping his swing path in an attempt to drive the ball in the air more often, a significant change that will require time to take root.
The new legislation is seen as a step forward in revamping the Veterans Choice Program, which was widely unpopular in Alaska.
Economic analysts have long said Russia needs major overhauls to boost investment, such as revamping Russia’s court system and reining in powerful law-enforcement agencies.
The man in charge of revamping Adnoc and managing its 50,000 employees is Sultan Al Jaber, who became CEO in 2016.
Mack, who is based in Charlotte, is the executive charged with revamping the company's community banking unit.
But Town Councilman Kevin Doran said Madisonville is in the process of revamping its outdated building ordinances and is creating a master plan to guide further development.
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REVAMP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of revamp for English Language Learners
: to make (something) better or like new again
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