reinvention


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reinvention

(ˌriːɪnˈvɛnʃən)
n
the act or an instance of replacing a product, etc with an entirely new version
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reinvention

[ˌriːɪnˈvɛnʃən] nréinvention f
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In its place, they're promising 'one hell of a reinvention'.
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Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan believes reinvention -- in her personal and professional life -- has driven her survival as a star in showbiz.
Rick Snyder issued the following statement today to congratulate the GOP on retaining legislative majority and urge ongoing focus to make sure Michigans reinvention continues:
This exciting fast-paced show entertains with its reinvention of traditional theatre, technology and the spoken word.
Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove recently announced a reinvention plan designed to enhance the college's ability to benefit students and the community.
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Just as Joyce's reinvention of the old myth was a reinvention of English prose, Phoebe Giannisi's poetry collection Homerica is a reinvention of Greek lyric verse and its language.
Elaine Machray of The Reinvention Room will be raising money for the charity at one of her 'Swish Nights', which have become popular events for anyone hoping to offload good quality unwanted items from their wardrobe and take advantage of those being discarded by others.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 15 (ANI):Chief Digital Officer (CDO) is a critical player in the company's success in the digital era who defines the digital reinvention roadmap and helps lead the organization, a recent report by Accenture said.
compete and thrive in the face of this change, media organisations need to undergo a digital reinvention. At HyperMedia, we have undergone a fundamental ground-up reinvention of strategy, operations and technologies to keep up with this disruption in the media world.
The underlying message of Liz Ryan in "Reinvention Roadmap: Break the Rules to Get the Job You Want and Career You Deserve" is that traditional job-search approaches just don't work anymore, and the days of trusting your career to your employer are long over.