verb (used with object), re·made, re·mak·ing.
- remak's sign,
- remand centre,
- remand home,
Origin of remake
Examples from the Web for remade
He could be remade into a defender of the environment, a preserver of habitats and champion of rainforest ecology.Can Tarzan of the Apes Survive in a Post-Colonial World?|Ted Gioia|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, considered by some to be the best game of all time, was remade for the 3DS in 2011.
So it's a good thing, I suppose, that Lifetime has now stepped in and remade Flowers in the Attic for television.Lifetime’s ‘Flowers in the Attic’ Review: The Incest Is There, The Strange Magic Is Not|Andrew Romano|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or maybe it's a kind of remade readymade, and gets its power from using Disney as "serious" contemporary art.
In less than a decade, they remade the entire landscape of popular music.James Bond Movies & the Beatles Still Pop-Culture Icons 50 Years After Debuts|Malcolm Jones|October 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The unprepossessing wardrobe she had gathered in the passing years was remade again and again by the village dressmaker.The Shuttle|Frances Hodgson Burnett
The first wife remade her life, which was not astonishing; but he remade his, which seemed unbelievable.
There empty biscuit-tins are remade into tin plates, pans and drinking-cups.
Baldwin gazed for a full minute or more at the remade jaw of his assistant.The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon|Richard Connell
He tells us in his "Mmoires," before alluded to, that "Robert" was made and remade before its final production.Great Italian and French Composers|George T. Ferris