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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinvent.

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Examples

  • We know that cloud computing is a term reinvented for Web2. 0.

    China Web 2.0 and Asia Tech News, Open Web Asia

  • Thumos, as Philip Kennicott wrote in The Washington Post, is a word reinvented by conservative academics who need to put a fancy name on a political philosophy that boils down to ‘boys will be boys.’

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • What can’t be reinvented is the wheel of commerce.

    Sunday Reading

  • What is being described as a reinvented General Motors has emerged after 40 days in bankruptcy protection.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2009

  • However, Feedlooks – which is still in beta – has now "reinvented" feed reading by letting you "read content in full visual glory without leaving the app".

    Alternatives to Bloglines

  • For them, the safety net, sliced to pieces when the Democratic Clinton's "reinvented" welfare in 1996 in order to hold onto the White House, is virtually non-existent.

    Alan Singer: War on Poverty Over, Poverty Wins

  • After the first two years, even a "reinvented" jai alai wouldn't draw near that many.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • After the first two years, even a "reinvented" jai alai wouldn't draw near that many.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • For them, the safety net, sliced to pieces when the Democratic Clinton's "reinvented" welfare in 1996 in order to hold onto the White House, is virtually non-existent.

    Alan Singer: War on Poverty Over, Poverty Wins

  • For them, the safety net, sliced to pieces when the Democratic Clinton's "reinvented" welfare in 1996 in order to hold onto the White House, is virtually non-existent.

    Alan Singer: War on Poverty Over, Poverty Wins

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