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
The Bass revamped its name and direction as part of the Sixties-era institution’s $12 million makeover.
The controversial bill is an effort by Republicans to revamp the nation’s tax code and provide dramatic tax cuts for business and individuals.
Vornado Realty Trust, which owns 49.5% of the building, was reportedly never keen on a Kushner plan to revamp it with condos, a hotel, and a five-floor mall.
The Wildcats, who finished 1-7 in the Big Ten and 3-8 overall in 1999, had revamped their offense in the off-season and were running a spread attack.
The group of 30 volunteers revamping Jones' townhouse, as well as the townhouse of 69-year-old Air Force veteran Adrian Jones, were North Shore Gas employees.
And while its revamped Pennywise, played here by brother-of-Alexander, son-of-Stellan Bill Skarsgård, has his moments, his scenes often feel more distracting than essential.
As unions celebrate Labor Day on Monday, many will be keeping an eye on efforts to revamp the 23-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, and hoping that this time the end result will be good for workers.
Target is revamping their entire inventory, and, thankfully for those over the age of 21, that includes adult beverages.
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First Known Use of revamp
Synonymsalter, make over, modify, recast, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, change, revise, rework, vary
Antonymsfix, freeze, set, stabilize
Related Wordsdeform, metamorphose, mutate; regenerate, revolutionize, transfigure, transform, transmute; commute, convert, exchange; rejigger, retool
Near Antonymsblemish, break, damage, deface, disfigure, flaw, harm, hurt, impair, injure, mar, ruin, spoil, vandalize, wreck; cripple, disable, maim, mangle, mutilate
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