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verb tr.: To renovate, refurnish, revise, etc.
noun: An instance of renovation, refurnishing, etc.
From re- (again) + vamp (the front upper part of a shoe), from Old French avanpié, from avant (fore) + pié (foot), from Latin pes (foot). Earliest documented use: 1803.
“Mercedes has totally revamped the existing GLE for its fourth generation.”
Yogendra Pratap; Road Rulers; India Today (New Delhi); May 13, 2019.
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