remodel

[ree-mod-l]
verb (used with object), remodeled, remodeling or (especially British) remodelled, remodelling.
1.
to model again.
2.
to reconstruct; make over.

Origin:
1780–90; re- + model

remodeler; especially British, remodeller, noun


2. renew, renovate, re-create, repair.
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remodel
 
vb , (US) -els, -elling, -elled, -els, -eling, -eled
1.  to change or alter the structure, style, or form of (something): expand and remodel the kitchen
2.  to model again in clay, wax, etc; remould
 
n
3.  something that has been remodelled

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remodel
1789, from re- "back, again" + model (v.).
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Example sentences
If you have not done projects such as the ones listed, starting with an attic remodel would be way too much in my opinion.
They know home remodel contractors can be had cheaply and that they can do much of that work themselves if necessary.
The remodel improved irrigation, created more undulation on greens and more mounding around the greens.
The owner is planning a major, five-star style hotel remodel that includes a new tower with condos, the article says.
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