Definition of 'revamp'
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A stylist used ample hairspray to keep her locks in place at all times and her wardrobe got a major revamp. The Sun (2016)Fully expect this to receive a major revamp next year. The Sun (2013)One of the fastest and best improvements you can make is to revamp your images. The Sun (2014)It is also launching a revamped ski shuttle service to winter holiday destinations. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also promised to carry on his fight for a radical revamp of the system. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They were also pictured revamping a play park. The Sun (2013)The revamp has included a new kitchen and solid oak floors. The Sun (2012)The new management has also revamped the wine range. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Special group routines and a revamped set are also part of the plans. The Sun (2010)It is also revamping the brand in a bid to pep up sales. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He could now go one step farther and revamp his fashion image to accompany the new contours of his face. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Can the loan system be revamped? Times, Sunday Times (2014) Time for a revamp by the Government? The Sun (2013)Downside In need of a major revamp. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's time to revamp your social life. The Sun (2015)But a major revamp is on the cards following last year's criticism that the show was dull. The Sun (2013)I saw it as my chance to revamp my image after the split from my husband. The Sun (2014)New owners have stylishly revamped the public areas and the previously gaudy themed rooms, and combined the two names. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The new graphics are spectacular, and the revamped fighting system makes it easy to fend off the demon hordes in style. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The most powerful man in the sport appeared to accept last night that the sport's revamp was launched on a faulty promise. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some rooms frankly seemed a tad worn down: perhaps it's time for a revamp? Times, Sunday Times (2013)ENGLAND'S top clubs are seriously discussing a major revamp of the Champions League. The Sun (2016)Its newly revamped UK street maps are packed with useful detail, and the driving directions are clear and easy to print. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'revamp'
British English: revamp VERB
If someone revamps something, they make changes to it in order to try and improve it.
All the country's political parties have accepted that it is time to revamp the system.
Definition of revamp from the Collins English Dictionary
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