Definition of redesign in English:

redesign

Syllabification: re·de·sign
Pronunciation: /ˌrēdiˈzīn
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Design (something) again in a different way: the front seats have been redesigned
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    • Last year, we faced one of our biggest spatial design challenges to date: redesigning the interior of a caravan.
    • What would he do differently if he were redesigning the building today?
    • Then they'd park and write new code to make improvements, redesigning the system on the spot.

noun

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  • The action or process of redesigning something.
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    • Equipment is not the only possible object for productive redesign.
    • The redesign would require a new chipset, new processor boards and a major overhaul of customers' hardware.
    • And depending on how you want to count them, this is either the third or fourth major redesign of the site.

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