verb (used with object), re·did, re·done, re·do·ing.
noun, plural re·dos, re·do's.
- redmond, john edward,
- redon, odilon,
Origin of redo
Examples from the Web for redid
[Obama] only redid the office when they had the hunger strikes so the question is, Will [Sloan] do more than Fried did?His Name Is Clifford Sloan, and He Could Be the Guy to Finally Close Gitmo|Miranda Green|June 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Minutes later, he pulled out the real ring and redid his proposal, prompting a string of “Are you serious?”Public Marriage Proposals Gone Wrong: The 13 Biggest Fails (VIDEO)|Anna Klassen|February 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And even when you redid the pilot, a lot of critics wondered who would want to watch it.
Maybe that's why Walters redid her will before being wheeled into the operating room.