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synonyms for retool

  • fix
  • fix up
  • modernize
  • overhaul
  • reassemble
  • rebuild
  • recreate
  • reestablish
  • regenerate
  • rehabilitate
  • rejuvenate
  • remake
  • remodel
  • renovate
  • repair
  • reproduce
  • restore
  • revamp
  • rework
  • copy
  • deduce
  • doctor
  • patch
  • recast
  • recondition
  • reconstitute
  • refashion
  • reform
  • remold
  • reorient
  • replace
  • reshuffle
  • do up
  • make over
  • piece together
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antonyms for retool

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  • break
  • corrupt
  • damage
  • destroy
  • hurt
  • kill
  • ruin
  • raze
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How to use retool in a sentence

Once again, they’re being tested to retool their marketing strategies to prepare for significant shifts both in the short term and on the horizon.
BRAND SUMMIT RECAP: MARKETERS FACE LOOMING IDENTITY CRISISDIGIDAY EDITORSFEBRUARY 10, 2021DIGIDAY
After retooling their offensive approach to launch way more three-pointers, the Jazz has improved from 23rd in bench scoring last year to sixth this year.
THE FRONT-RUNNERS FOR NBA AWARDS AREN’T THE USUAL SUSPECTSBEN GOLLIVERFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Harden will join Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on one of the East’s top contenders, while the Rockets prepare to enter a retooling cycle after eight straight postseason appearances.
JAMES HARDEN IS A WINNER AND A LOSER OF THE NETS’ BLOCKBUSTER TRADEBEN GOLLIVERJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
After Azar ordered an internal review, a retooled science-based initiative got underway in December.
VACCINES WERE A CHANCE TO REDEEM FAILURES IN THE U.S. CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE. WHAT WENT WRONG?LENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, FRANCES STEAD SELLERS, LAURIE MCGINLEY, AMY GOLDSTEIN, CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND, CAROLYN Y. JOHNSONJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Workers protested last month after the leader of a powertrain plant Daimler is retooling for EVs left the company for Tesla.
IS THE BOOM IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE STOCKS ALMOST OVER?VERNE KOPYTOFFDECEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
The announcement comes as a growing number of financial companies, from banks to private-equity firms, attempt to retool their businesses and portfolios for a future largely free of fossil fuels.
VOLKSWAGEN TO TIE TOP EXECUTIVES’ BONUSES WITH HITTING ESG TARGETSBERNHARD WARNERDECEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
Bevell said he could retool his offensive line to compensate for his loss — Ragnow has started all 13 games this season.
LIONS CENTER ADVISED NOT TO TALK AFTER THROAT INJURY DURING GAME AGAINST PACKERSGLYNN A. HILLDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Not many people went ice skating, and so we decided to retool and what really stood out in the Yelp reviews, in customer feedback, was these giant games.
PLAYBACK (2015): COULD THE NEXT BROOKLYN BE … LAS VEGAS?! (EP. 205)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 6, 2020FREAKONOMICS
The rich get richer in free agency as the Lakers improve and other contenders stumbleThe Wizards can’t just pick one star and retool accordingly.
THE WIZARDS’ REBOOT NEEDS TO START WITH TRADING BOTH JOHN WALL AND BRADLEY BEALJERRY BREWERNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Toronto appears to be retooling its roster slightly with the rising trio of Pascal Siakam, Fred VanVleet and OG Anunoby providing support for longtime point guard Kyle Lowry.
NBA FREE AGENCY UPDATES: LAKERS GET TOUGHER WHILE JAYSON TATUM, DONOVAN MITCHELL INK MAX EXTENSIONSBEN GOLLIVERNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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