remake

[v. ree-meyk; n. ree-meyk]
verb (used with object), remade, remaking.
1.
to make again or anew.
2.
Movies. to film again, as a picture or screenplay.
noun
3.
Movies. a more recent version of an older film.
4.
anything that has been remade, renovated, or rebuilt: The tailor is offering a special price on remakes.

Origin:
1625–35; re- + make

remaker, noun
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remake
 
n
1.  something that is made again, esp a new version of an old film
2.  the act of making again or anew
 
vb , -makes, -making, -made
3.  (tr) to make again or anew

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remake
1635, from re- "back, again" + make (q.v.).
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Example sentences
Now the evangelicals remake them to fit their needs.
One of our biggest challenges is how to remake our suburbs, which tend to be
  generic.
He attends to every detail, and he has the funds to remake the capital to his
  liking.
He certainly benefited from the fact that he had twenty years to remake himself.
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