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revamp

Translation of revamp in Spanish:

transitive verb

American English: /riˈvæmp/
British English: /riːˈvamp/
  • (building/interior)
    (modernize)
    (strategy/image)
    poner al día
    Example sentences
    • Over recent years, the Waterford store has been continuously revamped and upgraded.
    • Warehouses on River Street overlooking St Peter's Way will be revamped to create modern offices.
    • The two major shopping malls in the area have now been revamped and upgraded.

noun

American English: /ˈriˌvæmp/
British English: /riːˈvamp/

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