[ ree-fawr-myuh-leyt ]
/ riˈfɔr myəˌleɪt /
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verb (used with object), re·for·mu·lat·ed, re·for·mu·lat·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM reformulatere·for·mu·la·tion, noun
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How to use reformulate in a sentence
We are reformulating products to have smaller environmental footprints and expanding plant-based food offerings.Nestlé CEO: Climate change laggards put the planet—and their businesses—at risk|matthewheimer|December 3, 2020|Fortune
In 1982, Tab was reformulated yet again to include Nutrasweet, also known as aspartame.The Rise And Fall Of Tab – After Surviving The Sweetener Scares, The Iconic Diet Soda Gets Canned|LGBTQ-Editor|November 29, 2020|No Straight News
Defenders of the faith will be sure to point out that it is often possible to reformulate these problems so that GPT-3 finds the correct solution.GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about|Amy Nordrum|August 22, 2020|MIT Technology Review
British Dictionary definitions for reformulate
/ (riːˈfɔːmjʊˌleɪt) /
to change or update (an idea, plan, etc, already formulated)
Derived forms of reformulatereformulation, noun
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