[ UK /ɹˌiːɪnvˈɛnt/ ]
[ US /ˌɹiɪnˈvɛnt/ ]
  1. create anew and make over
    He reinvented African music for American listeners
  2. bring back into existence
    The candidate reinvented the concept of national health care so that he would get elected
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How To Use reinvent In A Sentence

  • Thailand has constantly reinvented itself to stay ahead in the tourism game. Times, Sunday Times
  • He reinvented the genre of sports writing. Times, Sunday Times
  • A corporation, or an industry, is sustainable only when it continually reinvents and recapitalizes itself to meet changing business requirements.
  • What it's like: self-satisfaction made into music - a trip-hop-tinged reinvention that could soundtrack an advert for a horrible men's fragrance. Times, Sunday Times
  • The emir's reinvented country is far from perfect. Times, Sunday Times
  • But then perhaps modern marriage is old-fashioned already and needs reinventing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Constant self-examination allows them to shed old baggage and reinvent themselves.
  • The first smash hit of the 2007-2008 Broadway season turned out to be one of the biggest surprises in Broadway history †“Xanadu.” People are calling a hilariously reinvented send-up of the 1980’s Olivia Newton-John film, this irreverent musical adventure, about following your dreams when others say you shouldn’t, spins along to the addictive original hit film score by pop-rock legends Jeff Lynne and John Farrar. Whoopi Roller Skates ‘Xanadu’
  • It is begging for reinvention for a new era. The Sun
  • But even the cutesy spelling of the store's name couldn't keep it afloat; the space has now reinvented itself as Spirit Halloween superstore. Harmon Leon: Do All Closed Businesses in SF Resurrect as Halloween Superstores?
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