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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of restyle.

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Examples

  • The captain brought it to Italy and we restyled it completely.

    Diego Della Valle

  • Ford hopes to regain sales momentum with a radically restyled version of its family sedan, the Fusion, in an attempt to recapture the leadership of the U.S. midsized car market.

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  • Meantime, it satisfies my sense of the absurd that Italians will get a chance to buy the restyled Chrysler 300, rebadged as a Lancia.

    Lessons from the Auto Show

  • The company also introduced a restyled version of its ultrathin MacBook Air notebook.

    Apple Updates MacBook Air, Macintosh Software

  • Ford last summer launched its fuel-efficient Fiesta subcompact in the U.S. and is about to debut a restyled version of its Focus compact.

    Detroit Says It's Ready for Higher Gas Prices

  • Meanwhile, Neil writes, it satisfies my sense of the absurd that Italians will get a chance to buy the restyled Chrysler 300, rebadged as a Lancia.

    WSJ Article

  • They appear to be gone on the restyled pages I've looked at.

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  • Ford Motor Co. next week hopes to regain sales momentum with a radically restyled version of its family sedan, the Fusion, in an attempt to recapture the leadership of the mid-sized car market.

    Ford Aims to Shake Up Family Car Market

  • The latest version of the No. 2 best-selling car in the U.S. is due in 2012, but it faces a stiff challenge from restyled versions of Toyota's Camry and Hyundai Motor Co.'s Sonata.

    Honda Ramps Up U.S. Sales

  • The Cimarron was a thinly restyled Chevrolet compact.

    Cadillac to Make Small Car

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