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noun as in adaptation

noun as in remodeling

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The Temporary Gentleman is a reworking of that play, with a few adjustments, into the novel form.

What you hear could be Ravel reworking his own thoughts on music, if he'd lived into the 1960s.

I saw this lovely reworking of found blankets, by Marie Watt, at Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle.

Rather, they insisted on reworking the study and adjusting some critical variables.

Both Sorkin and Zaillian continued reworking the script in bits and spurts.

This was what Gordon needed—not to be sitting in here going over maps, reports, reworking over and over their scant leads.

A few minutes of careful thought before he begins to write are better than much reworking and alteration after the thing is done.

These two considerations appear to be the result of a reworking of the primitive document.

Thick crepes are generally made by reworking dry rubber, either in the form of thin crepes or from air-dried sheets.

The best way to prevent final loss is to store all refuse until such time as the reworking becomes profitable.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reworking, such as: transformation, variation, adjustment, adoption, alteration, and conversion.

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