/ (riːˈdrɔː) /

verb-draws, -drawing, -drew or -drawn (tr)
  1. to draw or draw up (something) again or differently

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How to use redraw in a sentence

  • I do believe Seton drew his pictures with those simple, expressive outlines so that young folks could redraw them.

  • She told Miss Wardell about it the day she had to stay after school to redraw her map.

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  • Yet out of these contingencies will emerge the strong hands that will redraw the trade map of the world.

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  • They watched him carelessly draw and redraw his handkerchief through his fingers; he was unmoved, and entirely at ease.

  • Will you redraw the line then, Dr. Shaw, and initial it, indicating the more accurate angle?

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