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You never wish for it to come in the form of a pandemic, and yet, we have this opportunity to redefine how things will be done.
Norma’s adventures help her redefine the idea of family and create a radical solution to her domestic problems.
We’ve made recent progress to begin redefining our approach to security, but we are only at the beginning.
One part of that effort is a parks funding plan that’s supposed to redefine how the city values and pays for park improvements.
The group, which lobbies the city to prioritize spending in historically underserved communities, included “redefining policing” as one of its 2021 budget priorities, the first time it called for shifting funding away from policing.
You may soften—efface—retouch—rebite—dot, and hatch, and redefine.
They are concerned about unethical conduct by public officials, and discouraged by activist courts that try to redefine marriage.
Before these limits could be breached a new administration would have to redefine the scope of the Defense Department's power.
The individual, activated in a given situation by opposing tendencies, is compelled to redefine his attitude.
They're concerned about unethical conduct by public officials, and discouraged by activist courts that try to redefine marriage.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION