Definition of redraw in English:

redraw

Line breaks: re¦draw
Pronunciation: /riːˈdrɔː
 
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verb (past redrew; past participle redrawn)

[with object]
Draw or draw up again or differently: the rota was redrawn
More example sentences
  • Battles drew and redrew the political map of the continent over the last two millennia.
  • A reclining woman seems to turn her body as he draws and redraws her folded legs.
  • Drawing and redrawing a line through the ashes, the stiletto operates in short bursts of activity after remaining still for long periods of time.

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