from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To develop (something) again.
- transitive v. To tone or intensify (a photographic print, for example) by a second developing process.
- transitive v. To restore (buildings or neighborhoods, for example) to a better condition: redeveloped the waterfront.
- intransitive v. To develop again.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To convert a neighbourhood by demolishing old buildings and building new ones, or by renovating existing ones
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To develop again
- v. to rebuild an urban area, usually commercial but sometimes residential; -- typically involving some portion of government involvement and expenditure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To develop again.
- To develop again or a second time; specifically, in photography, to intensify by a second developing process.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. develop for a second time, in order to improve the contrast, colour, etc., of a negative or print
- v. formulate or develop again, of an improved theory or hypothesis
- v. change the plans for the use of (land)
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Though Dillon hopes to increase density, vibrancy and walkability, a main reason the town wants to redevelop is to give itself a new identity.
What better way is there to "redevelop" a neighborhood than to make it safe?
There's a storm system in the upper Midwest, and then there's also an upper - level high expecting to kind of redevelop across parts of Texas here, across the southern plains states.
The council could make a fortune by turning it into a kind of theme park as an object lesson in precisely how not to 'redevelop' a town centre.
It proved so hip that a previous developer chased them all out so he could "redevelop" the property and jack up prices.
The Church of Scientology has appealed for religious tolerance after its $12 million bid to redevelop its Sydney headquarters sparked fears from neighbours of an increase in “menacing” and “aggressive” recruitment tactics.
And becoming the equal of men, they could--without complex--redevelop their femininity and sensuality.
"The train station is an important symbol of both the past and the future possibilities of this neighborhood," said Greg Hodge, chairman of RAILS, an Oakland nonprofit that is leading the push to redevelop the station.
That share issue was designed to raise money to redevelop the Kemlyn Road stand at Anfield.
United's good fortune in having access to acres of land to redevelop Old Trafford, and Arsenal's exhaustive fight to construct the Emirates, means they earn more from home matches per season than from TV and broadcasting.
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