›to make changes to calculations of costs, prices, etc. in order to make them more accurate: The Irish low-cost airline will present a reworked subsidy package as part of its appeal against the ruling.We are currently reworking the entire project budget.
›to make changes to a law, document, etc. in order to make it more effective, suitable, or accurate: rework a bill/lawIf the reworked bill is approved, it will come back for an Assembly vote.
›PRODUCTIONto make changes to a machine or piece of equipment in order to correct faults in it: The reworked cars will be tested over the next four weeks.