refashion


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refashion

(riːˈfæʃən)
vb (tr)
to give a new form to (something)

refashion


Past participle: refashioned
Gerund: refashioning

Imperative
refashion
refashion
Present
I refashion
you refashion
he/she/it refashions
we refashion
you refashion
they refashion
Preterite
I refashioned
you refashioned
he/she/it refashioned
we refashioned
you refashioned
they refashioned
Present Continuous
I am refashioning
you are refashioning
he/she/it is refashioning
we are refashioning
you are refashioning
they are refashioning
Present Perfect
I have refashioned
you have refashioned
he/she/it has refashioned
we have refashioned
you have refashioned
they have refashioned
Past Continuous
I was refashioning
you were refashioning
he/she/it was refashioning
we were refashioning
you were refashioning
they were refashioning
Past Perfect
I had refashioned
you had refashioned
he/she/it had refashioned
we had refashioned
you had refashioned
they had refashioned
Future
I will refashion
you will refashion
he/she/it will refashion
we will refashion
you will refashion
they will refashion
Future Perfect
I will have refashioned
you will have refashioned
he/she/it will have refashioned
we will have refashioned
you will have refashioned
they will have refashioned
Future Continuous
I will be refashioning
you will be refashioning
he/she/it will be refashioning
we will be refashioning
you will be refashioning
they will be refashioning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refashioning
you have been refashioning
he/she/it has been refashioning
we have been refashioning
you have been refashioning
they have been refashioning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refashioning
you will have been refashioning
he/she/it will have been refashioning
we will have been refashioning
you will have been refashioning
they will have been refashioning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refashioning
you had been refashioning
he/she/it had been refashioning
we had been refashioning
you had been refashioning
they had been refashioning
Conditional
I would refashion
you would refashion
he/she/it would refashion
we would refashion
you would refashion
they would refashion
Past Conditional
I would have refashioned
you would have refashioned
he/she/it would have refashioned
we would have refashioned
you would have refashioned
they would have refashioned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.refashion - make newrefashion - 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

refashion

[ˈriːˈfæʃən] VTformar de nuevo, rehacer

refashion

vtumgestalten, ummodeln (inf)
References in classic literature ?
Then, of course, I might refashion life and character entirely after my own liking; I might select the most unexceptionable type of clergyman and put my own admirable opinions into his mouth on all occasions.
You refashion Nature's garments, but you cannot vary by a jot the throbbings of her pulse.
We have to resume it where we had left off, and there steals over us a terrible sense of the necessity for the continuance of energy in the same wearisome round of stereotyped habits, or a wild longing, it may be, that our eyelids might open some morning upon a world that had been refashioned anew in the darkness for our pleasure, a world in which things would have fresh shapes and colours, and be changed, or have other secrets, a world in which the past would have little or no place, or survive, at any rate, in no conscious form of obligation or regret, the remembrance even of joy having its bitterness and the memories of pleasure their pain.
Vuletic, a fellow with the University of Vienna, examines the relationship between postwar European politics and the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), from the soft power use of the ESC in cultural diplomacy to refashion the images of states to how the contest has served as a marker in political battles within states.
In fact, some Pakistani experts believe that Pakistan would have to refashion its public diplomacy to woo other EU countries for exploring better and economically stable markets.
Prisma lets users edit photos with filters that refashion their snaps in the style of iconic artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh.
But it was also a "blank slate" for her to redecorate, repaint and refashion as she saw fit, Bork said.
"People want to refashion. They get excited about it but they'll think that sewing is hard, or it's not for them,'' Owens said.
There are also companies that will help you refashion your own cast-offs, even if you're not the crafty type.
The church is studying ways to "radically refashion and reorder the life of the United Methodist Church," the bishops said.
With the destruction of the Ottoman Empire, caused in part by an Allied-inspired revolt by Arabs, the victorious powers were left to refashion the entire area.
The EU Council of Ministers then queried the court, asking whether it had to act on the judgment immediately or if the court would suspend the judgment while the EU decided whether to appeal or to refashion its listing so as to meet the court's complaints.