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redoverb [T]

uk   us   /riːˈduː/
to do something again: These new measurements mean that I'll have to redo the calculations. If you redo a room or a building, you paint it, put new furniture in it, etc. to make it more attractive or useful: We spent €5,000 redoing the kitchen.
Translations of “redo”
in Korean 다시하다…
in Arabic يُعيد…
in Portuguese refazer…
in Catalan refer…
in Japanese ~をやり直す…
in Italian rifare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重做, 再做, 重新油漆(或粉刷)…
in Russian переделывать…
in Turkish yeniden yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重做, 再做, 重新油漆(或粉刷)…
in Polish przerabiać…
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