Translation of reshape in Spanish:

reshape

Pronunciation: /riːˈʃeɪp/

vt

  • [text] dar* nueva forma a; [organization] reestructurar; [policy] reformar
    More example sentences
    • Long after the facts are forgotten, the official story will be shaping and reshaping our history.
    • Arising from within a culture, technology, whether it is a canoe, a revolver, or a clock, simultaneously shapes and reshapes the culture in which it exists.
    • Specific historical moments usually engender the chain of events that shape and reshape an international song.

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