- re- + imagine (Wiktionary)
“Even if your old stories aren't that good, you can take the concepts and "reimagine" them.”
“This is the story teller that is being allowed to "reimagine" one of the most fervently loved stories in modern Science Fiction.”
“Has much more potential than commiting yourself to trying to "reimagine" on screen that which the audience, technically, already knows in one form or another.”
“Fox gave the writers carte blanche to "reimagine" the show.”
“I mean, for 27 years, most days since I entered public life I have just been on a relentless schedule, and I have the opportunity now to kind of reimagine what I want my life to be like.”
“Nonprofits must, they said, "reimagine" their relationship with supporters.”
“Festival artistic director Anne Allan will step aside as the director and choreographer of the long-running musical and let a new creative team "reimagine" the Canadian classic, based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's 1908 novel.”
“Wait, did Bruce Springsteen's guitar player take to the pages of Politico (!) and urge readers not to help rebuild Haiti, but instead help "reimagine" it?”
“Look, it's perfect, how and why would you want to 'reimagine' that?”
“So (we had) to kind of reimagine what it was like 40 years earlier.”
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