[ US /ɹidɪˈfaɪn/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːdɪfˈa‍ɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. give a new or different definition of (a word)
  2. give a new or different definition to
    She redefined his duties
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How To Use redefine In A Sentence

  • And he's actually kind of a neo Republican, a new version of Republicans that could really redefine that party and rejuvenize it. CNN Transcript May 9, 2008
  • Police officers have allowed themselves to be redefined as crime fighters rather than peacekeepers and protectors of the public. Times, Sunday Times
  • Given the completely negative associations nihilism has for many of us, simply to have it redefined as a theological posture is worth the price of the book.
  • The electronic republic, therefore, has already started to redefine the traditional roles of citizenship and political leadership.
  • The electronic republic, therefore, has already started to redefine the traditional roles of citizenship and political leadership.
  • The turn of a corner, like the flick of a film frame, can redefine the nature of a disjunctive, heterogeneous spatial continuum.
  • Instead, the president and key elements within the Republican Party have sought to redefine the debate over foreign aid.
  • The if ($author = = "author-id1") part checks to see if the value we extracted from the current post's information matches the predefined value. Pinotblogger: the Capozzi Winery blog
  • Their language is so strong, we've got to redefine, we've gotta take back words.
  • Several emerging Labor figures have attempted to redefine these principles in the last few days.
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