Definition of remodel in English:

remodel

Syllabification: re·mod·el
Pronunciation: /rēˈmädl
 
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verb (remodels, remodeling, remodeled ; British remodels, remodelling, remodelled)

[with object]
  • 1Change the structure or form of (something, especially a building, policy, or procedure): the station was remodeled and enlarged in 1927
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    • Has the building been recently remodeled or has building use changed?
    • They build another floor on top and sell the apartments but they also have to remodel the building, fix the lifts and the general upkeep of their homes.
    • With great determination and energy she led the fundraising to buy and remodel the buildings as the Pier Arts Centre.
  • 1.1Fashion or shape (a figure or object) again or differently: she remodeled the head with careful fingers
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    • Grover reconstructs, remodels and redesigns leather into a guilt-free luxury, giving the three R's (reduce, reuse, recycle) an entirely new meaning.

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