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reimagine

[ ree-i-maj in ]
/ ˌri ɪˈmædʒ ɪn /
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verb (used with object)
to think about or consider in a new and creative way: For decades, Walt Disney would strive to reimagine the typical amusement park as a theme park, an idealized salute to America's past and a nod to an experimental vision for its future.Each of the forty short stories reimagines a moment from the original film, but through the eyes of a supporting character.
to create or imagine a new lifestyle or identity for (oneself): It was a song written to help him transform and reimagine himself in the aftermath of his parent's divorce.
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Origin of reimagine

First recorded in 1825–30; re- + imagine
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