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reformulate

[ ree-fawr-myuh-leyt ]
/ riˈfɔr myəˌleɪt /
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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.
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Origin of reformulate

First recorded in 1880–85; re- + formulate

OTHER WORDS FROM reformulate

re·for·mu·la·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for reformulate

reformulate
/ (riːˈfɔːmjʊˌleɪt) /

verb
to change or update (an idea, plan, etc, already formulated)

Derived forms of reformulate

reformulation, noun
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