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Definitions for remake
riˈmeɪk; ˈriˌmeɪkre·make

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. remake, remaking(verb)

    creation that is created again or anew

    "it is a remake of an old film"

  2. remake, refashion, redo, make over(verb)

    make new

    "She is remaking her image"

Wiktionary

  1. remake(Noun)

    A new version of something.

  2. remake(Noun)

    A new, especially updated, version of a film, video game, etc.

  3. remake(Verb)

    To make again.

  4. remake(Verb)

    To make an enhanced remake of (a computer or video game).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Remake(verb)

    to make anew

Freebase

  1. Remake

    In movies, a remake is a motion picture based on a film produced earlier. The term remake can refer to everything on the spectrum of reused material: both an allusion or a line by line change retake of a movie. However, the term generally pertains to a new version of an old film. A reproduced television series could also be called a remake.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Remake

    rē-māk′, v.t. to make anew.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of remake in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of remake in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of remake in a Sentence

  1. Tori Spelling:

    No, not at all, just because outside of ‘ 90210 ’ this is the project in my career that I get asked about the most, i ’m sure it’s almost entirely based on the [ movie’s ] title … but people ask, ‘ When are you going to get back together with the gang and remake ‘ Mother, May I Sleep With Danger ? ’ It’s my favorite cult classic. ’.

  2. Daniel J. Boorstin:

    It is only a short step from exaggerating what we can find in the world to exaggerating our power to remake the world. Expecting more novelty than there is, more greatness than there is, and more strangeness than there is, we imagine ourselves masters of a plastic universe. But a world we can shape to our will is a shapeless world.

  3. Liza Anderson:

    Emma Stone would look to be an award-winning actress now, there’s no better position to be in right now.I ’m sure Emma Stone has Hollywood banging at Emma Stone door. Emma Stone’s a perfect combination of outspoken and demure, and those are qualities that both men and women love. It’s a remake of a smash hit, but the reason it was so successful is because of the global attention Emma Stone got and because of who Emma Stone is...

  4. Jeff Sessions:

    I think our President, having seen some of these really weird interpretations of the executive orders that he's put out, I think he's more understanding now that we need judges who follow the law, not make law, the judges don't get to psychoanalyze the President to see if the order he issues is lawful. It's either lawful or it's not. I think that it will be real important for America to have judges in the model of Judge (Neil) Gorsuch and (the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin) Scalia, people who serve under the law, under the Constitution, not above it, and they are faithful to the law. They honor it and don't try to remake it as they'd like it to be.

  5. Emily Taft Douglas:

    If women understood and exercised their power they could remake the world.

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