- 1Equip (a factory) with new or adapted tools: textile-makers must retool plants to meet the demand for smaller quantities [no object]: we were going to have to retool (as noun retooling) the enormous cost of retoolingMore example sentences
- Building a new building, retooling a factory - that is modernization in a visible and tangible form.
- Putting in more expensive tape drives would up server prices in the price-sensitive small business market, and might require factory retooling.
- Three years on, Boeing is retooling some of the world's most complex manufacturing practices, while shaking the kinks out of its supply-chain process.
- 1.1Alter the form or character of; reshape: he has had little time to retool his candidacyMore example sentences
- The school house must retool quickly to provide relevant training to a larger number of students.
- Next year they are shutting our plant down to retool for production of three different vehicles simultaneously.
More definitions of retoolDefinition of retool in:
- The US English dictionary