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remake in Film topic

remakere‧make2 /ˌriːˈmeɪk/ verb (past tense and past participle remade /-ˈmeɪd/) [transitive]  1 AMFAPMto film a story or record a piece of music again It was remade as a musical.2 TBCMAKEto build or make something again She remade her wedding dress to fit her daughter.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
remakeShe could remake all the garments."Mutiny on the Bounty" has been remade at least three times.There she hoped to remake her life through music.The odious pair are simultaneously cajoling and menacing: Ferdinand must remake himself in their image, or else.Humanity is, of course, morally free to make and remake itself infinitely, but we do not do so.But if he is to fulfil his promise to remake the revolution he will have to steel himself to take bigger risks.