Definition of refashion in English:

refashion

Line breaks: re|fash¦ion
Pronunciation: /riːˈfaʃ(ə)n
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Fashion (something) again or differently: the industry reshaped and refashioned itself
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    • They can fashion and refashion their identities, and through much of their lives that is just what they do.
    • By this phrase, I mean an environment in which inhabitants had the opportunity to fashion and refashion their identities, along with the choice of whether to transgress or abide by cultural boundaries.
    • They transform social meaning, refashioning the concept of hacking into one that is imbued with negative content.

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