redone

[ verb ree-doo; noun ree-doo ]SEE DEFINITION OF redone
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDONE

On this were engaged at first one Lindau and Roche, who shaped it in the rough, but so badly that it had to be redone.

About the way that he was turning out a lot of work, because it had to be redone, therefore wasting company materials.

Already, in 1220, the choir had been redone and two more chapels added, making five apsidioles in all.

In the necessary changes that followed practically all the central nave was redone by Bishop Guillaume de Passavant (1145-86).

WORD ORIGIN

also re-do, 1590s, from re- "back, again" + do (v.). Related: Redone; redoing.

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