Definition of Retooled

1. Verb. (past of retool) ¹



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Definition of Retooled

1. retool [v] - See also: retool

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retooled

retiring
retiring(a)
retiringly
retiringness
retiringnesses
retistene
retitelae
retitle
retitled
retitles
retitling
retnol
retold
retook
retool
retooled (current term)
retooling
retools
retoperithelium
retopology
retore
retorn
retorque
retorqued
retorquing
retorsion
retorsions
retort
retort stand
retortamonad

Literary usage of Retooled

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1. Alaskan North Slope Oil: Limited Effects of Lifting Export Ban on Oil and edited by Daniel R. Haas (1999)
"... refiners had to invest in additional refining equipment to handle the Alaskan North Slope oil. After West Coast refiners retooled to efficiently ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"... be retooled, and in some cases they were built from the ground up. The same difficulty is met in the design and manufacture of artillery carriages, ..."

3. Bridging the Bed-Bench Gap: Contributions of the Markey Trust by ebrary, Inc (2004)
"This grant supported the physician-scientist training program in which physicians retooled over a three-year period. Training consisted of a six-month ..."

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