[verb ree-doo; noun ree-doo]
- to do again; repeat.
- to revise or reconstruct: to redo the production schedule.
- to redecorate or remodel; renovate: It will cost too much to redo both the kitchen and bathroom.
- the act or an instance of redoing.
- something redone.
Origin of redo
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Still, she came back again and redid the scene “many times,” Lehman said.Liz Taylor's Secret Life
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- to do over again
- informal to redecorate, esp thoroughlywe redid the house last summer
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Word Origin and History for redid
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