Translation of retool in Spanish:


reequipar, v.

Pronunciation /riːˈtuːl//riˈtul/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (plant/factory) reequipar
    • At the same time, growing demands from operators for highly customized handsets could force Nokia to retool its manufacturing to accommodate smaller production runs.
    • When tweaking the design for the next model year, ‘we redesigned and retooled every jig in the shop.’
    • It was a massive change of direction, as if Caterpillar Inc. had decided quickly to retool all its bulldozer plants to start making passenger cars.
    • But it wasn't simply a matter of retooling existing factories.
    • Composites cost up to eight times as much as aluminum, and the newfangled plane will require suppliers to retool the manufacturing process.
    • That sidesteps the need for costly retooling at manufacturing plants.
    • Building a new building, retooling a factory - that is modernization in a visible and tangible form.
    • Putting in more expensive tape drives would up server prices in the price-sensitive small business market, and might require factory retooling.
    • We retool each year just to change the design of cars… surely we can do the same, albeit on a grander scale, to shift more commuters to public transit.
    • Three years on, Boeing is retooling some of the world's most complex manufacturing practices, while shaking the kinks out of its supply-chain process.
    • Since the chemical could be used pre chill with an inside/outside washer, processors would not have to retool any of their current machinery or procedures.
  • 2US

    • Next year they are shutting our plant down to retool for production of three different vehicles simultaneously.
    • The school house must retool quickly to provide relevant training to a larger number of students.