- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rebrand.
“So girls can wear Moncler jackets, but only vintage, before the label rebranded and became the over-logoed treasure of suburbanites.”
“As regular readers will note the Sunday Quote now in its fith year has been 'rebranded' - clearly recent corporate observing has had a conditioning effect on the Editor!”
“The consensus account of mainstream U.S. print media is that the 50,000 U.S. troops who remain have been "rebranded" from "combat" brigades to advise-and-assist brigades.”
“-- By contrast, and in spite of all its fiscal and debt problems, the fact that Greece "rebranded" itself as a euro-area country may mean it is likely to have a "cheaper" crisis, even in the event of a debt restructuring, than would otherwise have been the case.”
“Republicans across the pond gazed enviously as Mr. Cameron successfully "rebranded" the Tories.”
“In keeping with President Gamal Abdel Nasser's egalitarian ethos, Omar Effendi was "rebranded" as the department store for the masses.”
“To summarize the statement of a woman Caplan quotes who consults in the online dating field, AshleyMadison is infidelity "rebranded" and made "monetizable.”
“On the work end, I rewrote a scene Friday while spending some alone time on my parent's deck which is where I am now, and "rebranded" Obscure Music Monday as Obscure Media Monday.”
“The Blacks believe that the Republican Party has been "rebranded" because "the principal group" attracted by its conservative message is evangelical white Protestants.”
“The Scottish Executive has been "rebranded" as the Scottish Government, you can read more on the BBC here.”
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