Definition of rehang in English:

rehang

Line breaks: re¦hang

verb

Pronunciation: /riːˈhaŋ
 
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(past and past participle rehung) [with object]
Hang (something) again or differently: he helped me rehang the curtain
More example sentences
  • Watching the paintings being rehung yesterday he said: ‘It is wonderful, it is quite, quite wonderful to see them back here at Tate Britain.’
  • Anyway, all went well until the gate was rehung only to find that it's twin, which should have joined neatly in the middle, had been hung out of alignment years before and now they just weren't closing together.
  • Bush and Berry, an expert company from Bristol, was brought in to rehang the paintings once restoration was complete.

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈriːhaŋ
 
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An act of rehanging works of art in a gallery: the National Gallery’s rehang of its nineteenth-century collection
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  • Their arrival coincides, moreover, with the gallery's announcement that it has purchased 30 Guerrilla Girls works and plans to include them in the rehang of its collection next May.
  • Over 40% of the works in the rehang will not have been shown at the gallery.
  • If a museum is as empty as it was when I trotted around it last week to examine the latest rehang of the collection, then something is going badly wrong.

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