Definition of replan in English:

replan

Line breaks: re¦plan
Pronunciation: /riːˈplan
 
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verb (replans, replanning, replanned)

[with object]
  • Plan (something, especially the layout of buildings or cities) differently or again: services should be replanned in London (as noun replanning) the replanning of built-up areas
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    • The centre of the town was replanned and this building replaced by a great basilica and forum stretching from Lombard Street on the east to Lime Street on the west.
    • Wren replanned the entire city and supervised the rebuilding of 51 churches.
    • Community centers, however, were part of a much larger interest in replanning American cities and towns.

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