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re·make

 (rē-māk′)
tr.v. re·made (-mād′), re·mak·ing, re·makes
To make again or anew.
n. (rē′māk′)
1. The act of remaking.
2. Something in remade form, especially a new version of an earlier movie or song.

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 or -made
(tr) to make again or anew

re•make

(v. riˈmeɪk; n. ˈriˌmeɪk)

v. -made, -mak•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to make again or anew.
2. to film a new version of (an earlier motion picture, screenplay, or the like).
n.
3. a more recent version of an existing film, screenplay, or story.
4. anything that has been remade, renovated, or rebuilt.
[1625–35]
re•mak′er, n.

remake


Past participle: remade
Gerund: remaking

Imperative
remake
remake
Present
I remake
you remake
he/she/it remakes
we remake
you remake
they remake
Preterite
I remade
you remade
he/she/it remade
we remade
you remade
they remade
Present Continuous
I am remaking
you are remaking
he/she/it is remaking
we are remaking
you are remaking
they are remaking
Present Perfect
I have remade
you have remade
he/she/it has remade
we have remade
you have remade
they have remade
Past Continuous
I was remaking
you were remaking
he/she/it was remaking
we were remaking
you were remaking
they were remaking
Past Perfect
I had remade
you had remade
he/she/it had remade
we had remade
you had remade
they had remade
Future
I will remake
you will remake
he/she/it will remake
we will remake
you will remake
they will remake
Future Perfect
I will have remade
you will have remade
he/she/it will have remade
we will have remade
you will have remade
they will have remade
Future Continuous
I will be remaking
you will be remaking
he/she/it will be remaking
we will be remaking
you will be remaking
they will be remaking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remaking
you have been remaking
he/she/it has been remaking
we have been remaking
you have been remaking
they have been remaking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remaking
you will have been remaking
he/she/it will have been remaking
we will have been remaking
you will have been remaking
they will have been remaking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remaking
you had been remaking
he/she/it had been remaking
we had been remaking
you had been remaking
they had been remaking
Conditional
I would remake
you would remake
he/she/it would remake
we would remake
you would remake
they would remake
Past Conditional
I would have remade
you would have remade
he/she/it would have remade
we would have remade
you would have remade
they would have remade
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.remake - creation that is created again or anew; "it is a remake of an old film"
creation - an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
Verb1.remake - make newremake - make new; "She is remaking her image"
produce, create, make - create or manufacture a man-made product; "We produce more cars than we can sell"; "The company has been making toys for two centuries"
reforge, remodel, recast - cast or model anew; "She had to recast her image to please the electorate in her home state"
Translations
nová verze
genindspilning
uusi versio
obrada
リメイク
개작판
nyinspelning
ทำใหม่
phiên bản mới

remake

A. [ˌriːˈmeɪk] VTrehacer, volver a hacer
B. [ˈriːmeɪk] N (Cine) → nueva versión f

remake

[ˈriːmeɪk] n [film] → remake m

remake

vb: pret, ptp <remade>
vtwieder or nochmals machen; (in new form) → neu machen; to remake a filmein Thema neu verfilmen
n (Film) → Neuverfilmung f, → Remake nt (spec)

remake

[ˈriːmeɪk] n (Cine) → remake m inv

remake

إعَادَةُ صُنْع nová verze genindspilning Neuverfilmung νέα έκδοση ταινίας versión nueva uusi versio remake obrada remake リメイク 개작판 remake nyinnspilling przeróbka fazer uma nova versão de, refilmagem переделка nyinspelning ทำใหม่ yeniden çekim phiên bản mới 重制

remake

v. rehacer.
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