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rewriteverb [T]

 us   /riˈrɑɪt/ (past tense rewrote  /riˈroʊt/ , past participle rewritten  /riˈrɪt·ən/ )
writing to write a book, speech, etc. again to improve or change it or to correct information in it
rewrite
noun [C]  us   /ˈri·rɑɪt/
writing The producer says the last scene in the play needs a rewrite.
Translations of “rewrite”
in Arabic يُعيد الكِتابة…
in Korean 다시쓰다…
in Malaysian menulis kembali…
in French récrire…
in Turkish yeniden yazmak…
in Italian riscrivere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重寫, 改寫, 修改…
in Russian переписывать…
in Polish przerobić, przeredagować…
in Vietnamese viết lại…
in Spanish reescribir…
in Portuguese reescrever…
in Thai เขียนใหม่…
in German neu schreiben…
in Catalan reescriure…
in Japanese ~を書き直す, 書き改める…
in Indonesian menulis kembali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重写, 改写, 修改…
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