Definition of 'remake'
Example sentences containing 'remake'
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Why do you think this story keeps getting remade? Christianity Today (2000)The film has been remade twice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now it's been remade into a film. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But then the 1968 film remake is full of great stories. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Also, noting that the films being remade are the films of my youth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This remake of the classic British comedy is a delight. The Sun (2014)The old show is still a pull for tourists but for some reason they wanted to film the remake in Namibia. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She is currently filming a remake of the 1976 horror movie Carrie. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'remake'
British English: remake /ˈriːˌmeɪk/ NOUN
A remake is a film that has the same story, and often the same title, as a film that was made earlier.
...a remake of an old musical.
- American English: remake
- Arabic: إعَادَةُ صُنْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: refilmagem
- Chinese: 重制
- Croatian: obrada
- Czech: nová verze filmu
- Danish: genindspilning
- Dutch: remake
- European Spanish: versión nueva
- Finnish: uusi versio
- French: remake
- German: Neuverfilmung
- Greek: νέα έκδοση ταινίας
- Italian: remake
- Japanese: リメイク
- Korean: 개작판
- Norwegian: nyinnspilling
- Polish: przeróbka
- European Portuguese: fazer uma nova versão de
- Romanian: remake
- Russian: переделка
- Spanish: versión nueva
- Swedish: nyinspelning
- Thai: ทำใหม่
- Turkish: yeniden çekim
- Ukrainian: римейк
- Vietnamese: phiên bản mới
Definition of remake from the Collins English Dictionary
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