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verb (used with object)
again or anew, especially without knowing that the invention already exists.
to remake or make over, as in a different form:
At 60, he reinvented himself as a volunteer. We have an opportunity to reinvent government.
to bring back; revive:
to reinvent trust and accountability.
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And it offers a lesson about the ways in which buildings, people, and towns can
Architects trying to
the airport have done so at their peril.
As with maps, he did not intend to dabble in these markets, he intended to
It made me realize that there's no reason to
The building is original, but doesn't strain to
the idea of a museum.
Old media powers must constantly
Health reform provides a toolbox that local health systems can use to
the way they deliver care.
If they were ever to become reality, it seemed, he would have to
They want to
the bike and and do not want to move from one place.
So when the crisis strikes companies paid lobbies and politicians to
demand with war.
British Dictionary definitions for
to replace (a product, etc) with an entirely new version
to duplicate (something that already exists) in what is therefore a wasted effort (esp in the phrase
reinvent the wheel
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Three people marooned on a desert island would soon reinvent politics.