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"remodel" in American English

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remodelverb [I/T]

 us   /riˈmɑd·əl/ (-l-, -ll-)
to give a new ​shape or ​form to something, esp. a ​room or ​house: [T] We remodeled the ​kitchen.
(Definition of remodel from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"remodel" in Business English

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remodelverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌriːˈmɒdəl/ ( UK -ll-, US -l-)
PROPERTY to ​change the ​design and appearance of a ​building in ​order to make it more modern and attractive: The ​warehouse is being cleaned and will be remodeled into 20 lofts.
MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE to ​change the way a ​business or ​organizationworks: A new ​managementteam was ​brought in to remodel the ​ailingbank.
(Definition of remodel from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “remodel”
in Chinese (Simplified) 改变…的形状(或外观), 重新塑造…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改變…的形狀(或外觀), 重新塑造…
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