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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Medical Dictionary

remodeling re·mod·el·ing (rē-mŏd'l-ĭng)
n.
A cyclical process by which bone maintains a dynamic steady state through resorption and formation of a small amount of bone at the same site.

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Example sentences
Our skeletons are continually being broken down and rebuilt through a mechanism
  known as bone remodeling.
Before embarking on any home remodeling, make sure your architect has green
  credentials.
The remodeling was completed without shutting the stores.
There are plenty of house and garden remodeling shows.
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