re-do


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re-do

(rē′doo″)
A colloquial term for a reoperation or a revision of an operation.
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paint and throw exuberance around, let's re-do the catastrophes,
Before I would have late meetings and was having to cancel and re-do reservations, and was wasting a lot of money doing that.
Hardly a month goes by without some tourism industry bigwig championing the cause of a complete re-do.
They even come with me to the office sometimes if it's blustery outside, which it often is in Wales, so that me and the team can re-do our hair between appointments.
Pisces (20 Feb to 20 Mar) Call 0905 817 0751 I spend half my day re-thinking what I have written or done and wondering if I should re-do it or just leave it be and get on with something else.
If the student receives notice of the need to re-do any examination or exercise after 1 October 2009, the notice will contain a suspense date for completion of the work.
Not all bakers want to re-do traditional recipes--the authors left their advertising careers and opened their dream bakery, Baked, to do something different--and their cookbook reflects their different course.
A SINGING duo had to re-do their audition after judges thought they were so bad that they accused them of being a comedy act in disguise.
Savvy buyers can often see through botched DIY jobs, meaning that sellers will either need to drop the price or employ an expert to re-do the task.
An excellent re-do of a classic financial inspirational guide, any library where Hill's been a popular patron pick must have this latest version.
Their latest project, the Monterra, involves an $11 million acquisition to re-do a public housing project.
Nothing is worse than making a big investment in a stationary machine-pouring a foundation and bringing in the electricity--and finding out a year later that you have to get a larger machine and re-do all of the soft costs to accommodate the bigger machine," Ely says.