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 redone
Think Gogol's "Ukrainian Tales" redone by a Boy Scout who doesn't believe in magic.The Forgotten Russian: The Genius of Nikolai Leskov|Benjamin Lytal|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“If possible, the tests must be redone,” Judge Claudio Pratillo Helmen told the court.
In the necessary changes that followed practically all the central nave was redone by Bishop Guillaume de Passavant (1145-86).
About the way that he was turning out a lot of work, because it had to be redone, therefore wasting company materials.Warren Commission (10 of 26): Hearings Vol. X (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
On this were engaged at first one Lindau and Roche, who shaped it in the rough, but so badly that it had to be redone.Wagner as I Knew Him|Ferdinand Christian Wilhelm Praeger
Already, in 1220, the choir had been redone and two more chapels added, making five apsidioles in all.