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re·work

 (rē-wûrk′)
tr.v. re·worked, re·work·ing, re·works
1. To work over again; revise.
2. To subject to a repeated or new process.
n. (rē′wûrk′)
Something reworked: just a rework of an old speech.

rework

(riːˈwɜːk)
vb (tr)
1. to use again in altered form: the theme has been reworked in countless well-known poems.
2. to rewrite or revise
3. to reprocess for use again

re•work

(v. riˈwɜrk; n. ˈriˌwɜrk)

v. -worked -wrought, -work•ing, v.t.
1. to work or form again: to rework gold.
2. to revise or rewrite: to rework an essay.
3. to process again or anew for reuse: to rework wool.
n.
4. an act or instance of reworking.

rework


Past participle: reworked
Gerund: reworking

Imperative
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Present
I rework
you rework
he/she/it reworks
we rework
you rework
they rework
Preterite
I reworked
you reworked
he/she/it reworked
we reworked
you reworked
they reworked
Present Continuous
I am reworking
you are reworking
he/she/it is reworking
we are reworking
you are reworking
they are reworking
Present Perfect
I have reworked
you have reworked
he/she/it has reworked
we have reworked
you have reworked
they have reworked
Past Continuous
I was reworking
you were reworking
he/she/it was reworking
we were reworking
you were reworking
they were reworking
Past Perfect
I had reworked
you had reworked
he/she/it had reworked
we had reworked
you had reworked
they had reworked
Future
I will rework
you will rework
he/she/it will rework
we will rework
you will rework
they will rework
Future Perfect
I will have reworked
you will have reworked
he/she/it will have reworked
we will have reworked
you will have reworked
they will have reworked
Future Continuous
I will be reworking
you will be reworking
he/she/it will be reworking
we will be reworking
you will be reworking
they will be reworking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reworking
you have been reworking
he/she/it has been reworking
we have been reworking
you have been reworking
they have been reworking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reworking
you will have been reworking
he/she/it will have been reworking
we will have been reworking
you will have been reworking
they will have been reworking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reworking
you had been reworking
he/she/it had been reworking
we had been reworking
you had been reworking
they had been reworking
Conditional
I would rework
you would rework
he/she/it would rework
we would rework
you would rework
they would rework
Past Conditional
I would have reworked
you would have reworked
he/she/it would have reworked
we would have reworked
you would have reworked
they would have reworked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rework - use again in altered form; "retread an old plot"
work on, work, process - shape, form, or improve a material; "work stone into tools"; "process iron"; "work the metal"

rework

verb
To prepare a new version of:
Translations

rework

[riːˈwɜːk] VT [+ novel, piece of writing] → refundir; [+ idea] → repensar, reelaborar; [+ song, schedule] → rehacer

rework

[ˌriːˈwɜːrk] vtretravailler

rework

vt (= use again) themewieder verarbeiten; (= revise)neu fassen; storyneu bearbeiten; proposalsneu formulieren

rework

[riːˈwɜːk] vt (idea, novel) → modificare
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