[ UK /ɹɪʃˈe‍ɪp/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈʃeɪp/ ]
  1. shape again or shape differently
  2. shape anew or differently
    The new foreign minister reshaped the foreign policy of his country
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How To Use reshape In A Sentence

  • So we are to reshape the system and introduce a network of resettlement prisons all around the country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Specific historical moments usually engender the chain of events that shape and reshape an international song.
  • One of our much neglected qualities is our creative ability to reshape our world. Times, Sunday Times
  • He taught sharecroppers, worked with the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, and according to folksinger Lee Hays helped reshape the old gospel tune "I Shall Overcome" into a political anthem. Richard (RJ) Eskow: Rebels And Messiahs: 10 Spiritual Ancestors For Occupy Wall Street
  • The government now is looking at unprecedented public-sector layoffs and cuts in civil-service perks, steps that could reshape Greek political culture by upending decades of cozy ties between the ruling Socialist party and a core constituency. Greek Officials Scramble to Find More Cuts
  • Part of the cornea is surgically removed and the cornea is reshaped to eliminate the need for glasses for nearsighted patients.
  • If they succeed on Europe, then they will have reshaped the political and economic map of the world.
  • Now there is a real potential that it could hold on to it for longer, while the politicians and civil servants thrash out a reshaped industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hybrid technology: The "reshape" functions allow STL data models to be modified. Aktuellste Pressemeldungen der PresseBox
  • Utilitarian, functional and instrumentalist ideas started to reshape the curriculum.
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