Definition of recolor in English:

recolor

Syllabification: re·col·or
Pronunciation: /ˌrēˈkələr
 
/
(British recolour)

verb

[with object]
Color again or differently.
More example sentences
  • My hair is dry and scraggly and I want to recolour it back to brunette and cut it all one length.
  • In his accompanying notes, he doesn't seem to even think the shifts represent anything significant… but he recolors the map, all the same.
  • Colour photos can be converted to black & white, and then the interesting parts can be recoloured.

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