reformulate

[ree-fawr-myuh-leyt]
verb (used with object), reformulated, reformulating.
1.
to formulate again.
2.
to formulate in a different way; alter or revise: to reformulate our plans.

Origin:
1880–85; re- + formulate

reformulation, noun
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reformulate (riːˈfɔːmjʊˌleɪt)
 
vb
to change or update (an idea, plan, etc, already formulated)
 
reformu'lation
 
n

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Example sentences
Others might reformulate their meals so that they comply with the law.
Registrants often voluntarily recall products and reformulate or repair
  potential hazards.
We reformulate this problem as a control problem in terms of the function.
Do not merely reiterate the objective or reformulate the requirements specified
  in the solicitation.
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