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revamp

[ verb ree-vamp; noun ree-vamp ]
/ verb riˈvæmp; noun ˈriˌvæmp /
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verb (used with object)
to renovate, redo, or revise: We've decided to revamp the entire show.
noun
an act or instance of restructuring, reordering, or revising something; overhaul: a revamp of the nation's foreign policy.
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Origin of revamp

An Americanism dating back to 1840–50; re- + vamp1

OTHER WORDS FROM revamp

re·vamp·er, nounre·vamp·ment, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for revamp

revamp
/ (riːˈvæmp) /

verb (tr)
to patch up or renovate; repair or restore
noun
something that has been renovated or revamped
the act or process of revamping

Derived forms of revamp

revamper, nounrevamping, noun

Word Origin for revamp

C19: from re- + vamp ²
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