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Definition of "redesigned" []

  • To change the design of (something) (verb)
  • Something that has been redesigned (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of redesign. (verb)

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Use "redesigned" in a sentence
  • "The top floor — redesigned from the original attic — is an open kitchen, living room with fireplace and dining space in a cozy atrium with floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto a small terrace and provide a view over the rooftops toward historic Berlin Mitte."
  • "Anyway the blogs or sites that you have redesigned is stunning."
  • "If you just redesigned your site without tables, and the site you redesigned is a web page design company from Canada, then you need a serious slap upside the head for “just” redesigning your site without tables."