re-engineer

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re-engineer

vb (tr)
to redesign, plan or construct again (as a professional engineer)to restructure or revamp ( a company or part of its operations)
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The term effectively re-engineers one's self concept, softening a person up, replacing individuality with a compulsion to accept unending punishment, for within a secular society the only salvation for this shame is either endless self-flagellation or surrender.
Berlin-based material designer Sophie Rowley regards waste streams as "a future quarry, a starting point rather than an end point." She re-engineers Styrofoam, glass, paper and textiles into items like side tables, with the waste materials transformed into beautiful flow patterns and textures.
As a final surprise, Chef takes his original Truffle Surprise, balls of foie gras rolled in grated truffle and spooned with aspic, and re-engineers them as Golden Foie Gras Nuggets, Dark Chocolate, Sea Salt, and Sour Cherry.
Another recycling business took home this prize during the VOOM finale: David Francis' Paint360, which re-engineers leftover, or "waste," paint into quality paint that can be used at public facilities and purchased at lower prices.
Paint 360, which re-engineers waste paint so it can be used again, has won the Impact Award which is run by Virgin group.
Excalibur Steel UK Limited said its proposals were founded on an approach that "re-engineers" the existing organisational arrangements.
Calix's technology re-engineers the existing process flows, where it is capable of capturing
With increasing market opportunities Dubai First re-engineers and reinvests in its business position with the aim of improving its competitive advantage.
The Econyl Regeneration System takes manufacturing byproduct waste and nylon materials that have reached the end of their product life--such as abandoned fishing nets and old carpets--and re-engineers them into high-quality nylon 6 for the production of new carpets, sportswear, and swimwear.
The redraft's BICE--Best Interest Contract Exemption--fundamentally re-engineers ERISA's foundation by allowing many previously prohibited compensation arrangements.
People involved in the agricultural industry want more options to share, discuss, and interact with each other ("Successful farming re-engineers," 2010).