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 redo
Revisit that horrid 1997 Psycho redo, or the misguided ABC miniseries version of The Shining that came out the same year.
But the best was that they had to call and tell me to come in and redo the butt saxophone.‘Saturday Night Live’ Star Bobby Moynihan Is the ‘Chozen’ One|Kevin Fallon|January 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Patients in need of therapeutic dilatation of this sort often need a redo every year or two as scarring reaccumulates.Sounding Takes Off, but Injuries (Fork in the Penis!) Are Inevitable|Kent Sepkowitz|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
First, she forgets to address him by name, then, on the redo, forgets to shake his hand.Meet the Female Borat, British Comedienne Mona Yousefi|Kevin Fallon|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They were able to redo it as My Fair Lady, which is so beautiful, and then Mannequin.‘The Host’: ‘Twilight’ Author Stephenie Meyer’s Favorite Film Romances|Stephenie Meyer|March 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ug mahiwì ang linya, ipausab, If the line comes out crooked, redo it.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff