reformulate

[ree-fawr-myuh-leyt]
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verb (used with object), re·for·mu·lat·ed, re·for·mu·lat·ing.

to formulate again.
to formulate in a different way; alter or revise: to reformulate our plans.

Nearby words

  1. reformed spelling,
  2. reformer,
  3. reforming,
  4. reformism,
  5. reformist,
  6. refract,
  7. refractile,
  8. refracting telescope,
  9. refraction,
  10. refractionist

Origin of reformulate

First recorded in 1880–85; re- + formulate

Related formsre·for·mu·la·tion, noun

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Examples from the Web for reformulate

  • For those able to re-think and reformulate their goals, effectiveness means transcending the literate structure.



British Dictionary definitions for reformulate

reformulate

verb

to change or update (an idea, plan, etc, already formulated)
Derived Formsreformulation, noun

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Word Origin and History for reformulate

reformulate

v.

1882, from re- + formulate. Related: Reformulated; reformulating.

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