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make over

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of make over

  1. 1 to change in form, appearance, or use the old factory was completely made over and is now an upscale shopping center Synonyms alchemize, convert, metamorphose, transfigure, transform, transmute, transpose, transubstantiateRelated Words adjust, alter, modify, recast; redefine, redesign, redo, reengineer, refashion, regenerate, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, vary; deform, disfigure, distort, mutate, transmogrify; displace, replace, substitute, supplant

  2. 2 to give over the legal possession or ownership of made the deed over to his daughter Synonyms alien, alienate, assign, cede, convey, deed, transferRelated Words bequeath, hand down, leave, pass (down), will; bestow, commend, commit, confer, contribute, deliver, donate, grant, hand over, move, pass, present, release, relinquish, surrender, transmit, turn in, turn over, vest, yield; consign, entrust (also intrust), trust; lease, lend, let [chiefly British], loan, rentNear Antonyms expropriate

  3. 3 to make different in some way just got up one day and decided to make over her hairstyle and her appearance in general Synonyms alter, change, modify, recast, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, varyRelated Words deform, metamorphose, mutate; regenerate, revolutionize, transfigure, transform, transmute; commute, convert, exchange; rejigger, retoolAntonyms fix, freeze, set, stabilize


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