to patch up or renovate; repair or restore
"They revamped their old house before selling it"
provide (a shoe) with a new vamp
"revamp my old boots"
To renovate, revise, improve or renew; to patch.
They plan to revamp the historical theater in the old downtown.
Etymology: From (in the sense of applying a vamp to).
to vamp again; hence, to patch up; to reconstruct
ReVamp is a Dutch progressive metal band formed by singer-songwriter Floor Jansen after her previous band After Forever disbanded in 2009.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rē-vamp′, v.t. to patch up again.
The numerical value of revamp in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of revamp in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
We're doing a complete revamp on NXT, led by Triple H, Paul Levesque, who is really one of the architects of the original NXT, in terms of an NXT rebrand, look for it in the next couple of weeks. It's gonna have a whole new look, it's gonna have a whole new feel.
Part of this revamp is getting people to know who we are again, people often pop in not knowing who we are, and we have an opportunity to reintroduce ourselves.
Democrats are itching to investigate him on immigration, he will face questions and hearings about the travel ban, about his decision to end DACA, about his decision to revamp the asylum system.
To see that we have six or seven grandstands that have gone up in the last couple of weeks, it’s pretty remarkable. ’’ While happy to have a crowd, USGA officials can only shake their heads at the timing. On Tuesday, California loosened its COVID-19 restrictions, allowing the Los Angeles Dodgers to play Tuesday before more than 50,000 fans, which is about the number of tickets usually sold for a normal Open round. John Bodenhamer said there simply was n’t enough time to revamp the plan and add capacity to Torrey Pines once it became clear that restrictions would be lifted. `` I had the question earlier today, why do n’t you have 30,000, 40,000 people ?
‘I’d like to cut down on junk food a little bit,’ is a goal more likely to be accomplished than ‘I’ll completely revamp my lifestyle,’ which is the kind of goal we set as a New Year’s resolutions.
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- أَحْيَا, عَصَّرَ, تجديد, اِسْتَجَدَّ, جَدَّدَ, نَقَّحَ, تَجَدَّدَ, أَجَدَّ, حَدَّثَArabic
- umarbeiten, umgestalten, ausbessern, aufpolierenGerman
- تجدید قواPersian
- rukata, parannellaFinnish
- améliorer, renouveler, reviserFrench
- rinnovamento, revisionareItalian
- yenilemek, tâmir etmekTurkish
- sửa sang lạiVietnamese
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