Definition of rework
: to work again or anew: such asa : reviseb : to reprocess (something, such as used material) for further use
Examples of rework in a Sentence
The design has been completely reworked.
the sculptor reworked the clay into another shape
Recent Examples of rework from the Web
Why not at least approach Maclin about reworking his contract, for instance?
Leone also intended the film to jump between time periods in a non-linear fashion, but editors clumsily reworked the movie into chronological order.
The school has since suspended all punishments and promised to rework the policies, but the larger concern is cultural education and addressing the biases that bred school policies targeting black students.
And that after reports that U.S. allies had reworked a NATO summit's schedule to suit Trump's short attention span.
Only one of the performers was allowed in the country, so the choreographer-performer was forced to rework it as a solo at the last minute.
That doesn't leave much time for reworking the health care system (estimated at one-sixth of the national economy) and even less time for tax reform (the other five-sixths).
Thiebaud returned to rework the painting earlier this year.
Since record companies have realized the popularity of iTunes and other sites, many reworked contracts to give artists less money per download.
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Definition of rework for English Language Learners
: to make changes to (something, such as a piece of writing or music) in order to improve it
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