remake

[ verb ree-meyk; noun ree-meyk ]
/ verb riˈmeɪk; noun ˈriˌmeɪk /

verb (used with object), re·made, re·mak·ing.

to make again or anew.
Movies. to film again, as a picture or screenplay.

noun

Movies. a more recent version of an older film.
anything that has been remade, renovated, or rebuilt: The tailor is offering a special price on remakes.

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Origin of remake

First recorded in 1625–35; re- + make1

OTHER WORDS FROM remake

re·mak·er, noun
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remake

noun (ˈriːˌmeɪk)

something that is made again, esp a new version of an old film
the act of making again or anew

verb (riːˈmeɪk) -makes, -making or -made

(tr) to make again or anew
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