revamp

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/riːˈvæmp/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ riˈvæmp/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(v. rē vamp; n.vamp′)


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revamp

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [show, program, play] revamp
  2. a new revamp of the [show]
  3. the latest revamp of the [show]
  4. are releasing a revamp of the [show]
  5. a [process, design, car] revamp
  6. needs a [security, safety] revamp
  7. is in dire need of a revamp
  8. a [hospital, facade, building, hotel] revamp
  9. [an airport, a station, a terminal] revamp
  10. a [total, massive, complete, significant] revamp
  11. a revamp of [government, foreign, company] policies
  12. a [health care, social services] revamp
  13. a [$1 million] revamp
  14. the [interior, decor, lighting] needs a revamp
  15. is [undergoing, being given] a complete revamp
  16. [plans, designs, proposals] for a (significant) revamp
  17. a revamp of an old [formula, format, show]
v
  1. revamp the [house, museum]
  2. the [house] has been revamped
  3. revamp your [business, wardrobe] (by)
  4. (have) revamped their menu
  5. revamp it to [create, improve, provide, offer, ensure]
  6. revamped with [more, better, new] (technology)
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