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Translation of "rewrite" - English-Spanish dictionary

rewrite

verb   /ˌriːˈraɪt/ ( past tense rewrote, past participle rewritten)
to write something again in order to improve it rescribir I had to rewrite my essay.
(Definition of rewrite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rewrite

verb /riːˈrait/ ( past tense rewrote /riˈrout/, past participle rewritten /riˈritn/)
to write again reescribir She had to rewrite the entire essay.
(Definition of rewrite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “rewrite”
in Korean 다시쓰다…
in Arabic يُعيد الكِتابة…
in Malaysian menulis kembali…
in French récrire…
in Russian переписывать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重寫, 改寫, 修改…
in Italian riscrivere…
in Turkish yeniden yazmak…
in Polish przerobić, przeredagować…
in Vietnamese viết lại…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 重写, 改写, 修改…
in Indonesian menulis kembali…
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