Definition of Redesigned

1. Verb. (past of redesign) ¹



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Definition of Redesigned

1. redesign [v] - See also: redesign

Lexicographical Neighbors of Redesigned

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redescending
redescends
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redescribed
redescribes
redescribing
redescription
redescriptions
redesign
redesignable
redesignate
redesignated
redesignates
redesignating
redesigned (current term)
redesigner
redesigners
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redetect
redetected
redetecting
redetects
redetermination
redeterminations
redetermine
redetermined
redetermines
redetermining

Literary usage of Redesigned

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Small Place: Its Landscape Architecture by Elsa Rehmann (1918)
"... PROBLEM XIV AN OLD PLACE ON LEVEL GROUND—redesigned, BY CHARLES N. LOWRIE, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, NEW YORK CITY ..."

2. VA Hospitals: Issues and Challenges for the Future edited by Stephen P. Backhus (2000)
"... Environment redesigned to Be More Homelike As excess capacity grows, community hospitals are seeking ways to retain current users and attract new ones. ..."

3. State Of Violent Crime In America: First Report Of The Council On Crime In by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Criminal victimizations and victimization rates, 1993: Estimates from the redesigned National Crime ..."

4. Reinvention's Next Steps: Governing in a Balanced Budget World: National by Albert Gore (1996)
"It has redesigned and simplified performance management and family-friendly leave policies. Many other initiatives are also under way across the government ..."

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