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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. 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.

  2. George Beebe:

    Most Russians see U.S. relations as a fundamental source of the relationship's problems, in their view, Washington grew too ambitious in the aftermath of the Cold War. It attempted to remake Russia and remake the world according to American preferences and this from the Russian point of view proved to be disastrous.It helped to produce the collapse of the Russian state during the 1990s. It led to destabilizing wars in the Middle East and Central Asia. It produced a long series of punitive sanctions by the U.S. meant to coerce Moscow into submission.And rather than pursuing Gorbachev's bold vision of a common European home that included Russia in the broad security architecture, the U.S. opted to make NATO the foundation for European security, to bring NATO closer to Russia's borders.

  3. William Barr:

    In any age, the so-called progressives treat politics as their religion. Their holy mission is to use the coercive power of the State to remake man and society in their own image, according to an abstract ideal of perfection. Whatever means they use are therefore justified because, by definition, they are a virtuous people pursing a deific end. They are willing to use any means necessary to gain momentary advantage in achieving their end, regardless of collateral consequences and the systemic implications. They never ask whether the actions they take could be justified as a general rule of conduct, equally applicable to all sides.

  4. Joani Estes:

    They're going to have to do an image remake of her.

  5. Paul Dergarabedian:

    The idea that remake burnout would be in effect for The Lion King has not proven true, some brands are inoculated from that kind of negative speculation.

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