What does remake mean?

Definitions for remake
riˈmeɪk; ˈriˌmeɪkre·make

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. remake, remakingverb

    creation that is created again or anew

    "it is a remake of an old film"

  2. remake, refashion, redo, make oververb

    make new

    "She is remaking her image"

Wiktionary

  1. remakenoun

    A new version of something.

  2. remakenoun

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

  3. remakeverb

    To make again.

  4. remakeverb

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

Webster Dictionary

  1. Remakeverb

    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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Numerology

  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. unknown:

    It has long been known by those who seek power over others, that the way to destroy a population is to destroy their connections to their past. The men who would destroy women are not necessarily destroying only the mothers, their intent is to destroy the child. The mother is but a tool in this quest, a tool that serves as proof of the man's past. He must destroy her to break the connection and re-educate the child into a likeness of himself, or destroy the child trying. It should be a goal of every court to uncover the past of any man who seeks custody of a child, an unnatural position for a male. Was he himself abused and now seeks to remake his own childhood through his offspring? What of the people who help him in this endeavor? American society is the least giving of all modern societies, so the motivations of those who would place a child in an unnatural situation must be scrutinized.

  2. Richard Blumenthal:

    What we are seeing repeatedly - and these nominations are part of a pattern - is the administration's attempts to radically re-shape our judiciary and remake the bench in the image of the far-right fringe of the Republican Party.

  3. Dan Gainor:

    China’s content control means companies in a free nation are ceding control to a government that has no belief in those freedoms. Look at the remake of ‘Red Dawn.’ The villains were changed from Chinese to North Koreans because China wasn’t happy, somehow a nation of 25 million invades a nation of 320 million – all to appease Communist Party idiots in Beijing. China is using its markets to buy propaganda into the U.S.

  4. Dan Gainor:

    Since when is it a university's role to teach ‘healthy masculinity?’ I doubt seriously that most Princeton academics have a clue what ‘masculinity’ really means, the job also calls for ‘challenging belief systems and social constructs.’ More lefty social garbage trying to remake men so they aren’t men.

  5. 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. ’.

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