re wrought

rework

[v. ree-wurk; n. ree-wurk]
verb (used with object), reworked or rewrought, reworking.
1.
to work or form again: to rework gold.
2.
to revise or rewrite: to rework an essay.
3.
to process again or anew for reuse: to rework wool.
noun
4.
an act or instance of reworking: His latest book is merely a rework of his earlier novel.

Origin:
1835–45; re- + work

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rework (riːˈwɜːk)
 
vb
1.  to use again in altered form: the theme has been reworked in countless well-known poems
2.  to rewrite or revise
3.  to reprocess for use again

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