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 ?
They strolled on, refashioning these legendary gardens.
there was no hope for it; he was gone now, and Maggie could think of no comfort but to sit down by the hollow, or wander by the hedgerow, and fancy it was all different, refashioning her little world into just what she should like it to be.
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She had no fear of refashioning her historic pieces.
He describes the development of a post-critical and projective position in architecture, and the refashioning and repurposing of architectural theory through which this was accomplished.
But first, a refashioning of the old Metro Jewelry.
Her ethos on refashioning pieces is two-pronged: Remaking discarded pieces into something new saves money, Owens says, and it also helps her stay true to her desire not to purchase or support what she calls mass-produced, "disposable'' clothing that ends up in a landfill.
She explains the laws of genre and gender, then moves to examining the heroic myth's reinvention in Ulysses, observing Samuel Becket and generic "refashioning." She then examines the dramatized novel Between the Acts, commenting on Jeannette Winterson and Woolfe's hybridic legacy, Stein's Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights, Robert Wilson and the Wooster Group, and Faustus's perpetual refashioning.
Syrian Humour in the Midst of War Video showing a man from Douma refashioning old bits of munition into every day items.
Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell had worked as war artists in Afghanistan since 2002 and had seen the AK-47 assault rifle used regularly throughout the country and had no hesitation when asked to take part, but admitted that there were challenges involved in refashioning an object with such strong connotations.
A metaphysical journalist in search of echoes rather than analogies, hints as opposed to verities, Kociejowski discovers once again at the periphery of Damascene society--for the outcast is often made of the very thing that rejects him--a way to understand the challenges and changes refashioning post-9/11 Syria and the Middle East, reminding us of the deeper purpose of travel: to absorb and understand the spirit of a place, and to return changed.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Defense will receive BGN 10 M from the country's government for the refashioning and completion of the National Army Complex in downtown Sofia.