In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1nueva versión feminine
1(sth done badly) volver a hacer(sth done badly) rehacer
- They don't think Americans will get our series, so they're remaking it.
- This ruins the heads after 3 or 4 scenes, so you have to be good at remaking a model in exactly the same way.
- There's just something about it that doesn't translate that well… Or maybe it is just the utterly pointless concept of remaking it identically here.
- Why did you decide to hand this over to another director instead of remaking it yourself?
- From building desks, repairing or remaking doors or operating heavy equipment, Hall said no task was too great.
- This utter neglect of a celebrated director is the real cause for anger, not the fact that his most popular work was remade.
- Try as we can, we just can't see the point of movies being remade into musicals.
- Nowadays, if scanning the movie listings gives us any indication, most of the foreign films being remade are cult Japanese horror flicks.
- I got the impression he didn't think much of the idea of remaking it, although he was trying to be polite about the whole thing.
- The fact that he is working again is already a blessing, and the fact that he is remaking a masterpiece doesn't in this case mean any reversion to formula.
- Relationships are not given in kinship but rather need to be made and continually remade.
- He looked at the damage and knew it was very unlikely he could fix it without almost entirely remaking the robot.
- Community is not a fixed social unit, but a network of social interactions that are continually remade.
- Is remaking a competitor's commercial with a very different meaning a protected parody?
- I ask whether he feels under pressure remaking a solid gold classic.
- I had a lot of difficulties when I had to do songs for films being remade in Hindi.
- The actor is remaking the classic ‘War of the Worlds,’ based on the H.G. Wells novel.
- While the remake of Japanese horror might be novel, remaking a film has become standard Hollywood practice.
- Remaking movies is always a risky endeavor, and remaking a classic can border on the foolhardy.
- Have any of our readers had much luck taking apart a ready-to-wear garment and remaking it?
2(in light of new circumstances)(plans) rehacer(plans) cambiar
3Cinemato remake a movie — hacer una nueva versión de una película
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