Definition of remould in English:

remould

Line breaks: re|mould
(US remold)

verb

Pronunciation: /riːˈməʊld
 
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[with object]
1Change the appearance, structure, or character of: did the welfare state remould capitalism to give it a more human face?
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  • Augustan ideals may retroactively remold the character and ambition of such figures as the Trojan Aeneas, but it is difficult to find in the Roman attitude toward Greek culture anything comparable to the humanist ideal of romanitas.
  • That dominance is being eroded as complementary medicine therapists use public pressure to remould outdated power structures into more pluralistic power sharing.
  • A steady upsurge was brought about in the movement for remoulding people and a new change was produced in their mental and moral make-up.
1.1British Put a new tread on (a worn tyre).

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈriːməʊld
 
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A tyre that has been given a new tread.

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