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rewrite 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/rēˈrīt/,
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rewrites, 3rd person singular present; rewriting, present participle; rewritten, past participle; rewrote, past tense;
  1. Write (something) again so as to alter or improve it
    • - the songs may have to be rewritten
    • - he began rewriting, adding more and more layers
Noun
  1. An instance of writing something again so as to alter or improve it

  2. A piece of text that has been altered or improved in such a way


  1. something that has been written again; "the rewrite was much better"
  2. write differently; alter the writing of; "The student rewrote his thesis"
  3. rewrite so as to make fit to suit a new or different purpose; "re-write a play for use in schools"
  4. A rewrite in computer programming is the act or result of re-implementing a large portion of existing functionality without re-use of its source code. When the rewrite is not using existing code at all, it is common to speak of a rewrite from scratch. ...
  5. is a Japanese visual novel being developed by the visual novel company Key that will be a DVD playable on a Microsoft Windows PC. Rewrite is Key's ninth game, along with other titles such as Kanon, Air, and Clannad. ...
  6. (Rewriting) In mathematics, computer science and logic, rewriting covers a wide range of (potentially non-deterministic) methods of replacing subterms of a formula with other terms. What is considered are rewriting systems (also known as rewrite systems or reduction systems). ...
  7. (Rewrites) I can hear some of you thinking "Rewrites? Why go to all that effort for just a prophecy?" I know, it seems extreme. But few people have the skills to write awesome prophecies. And since we don't, we have to go to a little extra effort to make it sound really great. ...
  8. (rewrites) there are two types of rewrites of older songs, the censorious hacking of a Baring-Gould, Sabine and the careful polishing of someone with some respect for the song and tradition. ...
  9. (Rewriting) Creating a new manuscript or parts of a manuscript on the basis of content and research supplied by an author. May include some research and writing of original material.
  10. (Rewriting) is time-consuming and frustrating, especially for beginning writers. Instead of having students rewrite entire essays, we can have them rewrite specific items at specific times in the writing process. Specifically, they they should rewrite
  11. (rewriting) This means asking a question, not with the intent of eliciting information, but intending the reader or hearer to know the answer and to achieve an emphasis stronger than a direct statement. ...
  12. Rewriting is a stage of the composing process that includes revision, editing, and proofreading.
  13. More than a polish, this is considered the writing of significant changes in plot, story line, or interrelationship of characters in a screenplay.
  14. A student may write a Provincial Examination more than once in an attempt to improve the blended final mark recorded on the student's transcript. ...
  15. Attack that modifies an encrypted message's contents without decrypting it first.
  16. (1) write a story again to improve it; (2) alter a story that appeared somewhere else; (3) or write a story from facts called in by a reporter.
  17. Changes in the scripts; often made using color-coded pages
  18. The action of cre­at­ing a new mort­gage with new terms which will require exe­cut­ing and record­ing new mort­gage doc­u­ments.  Sim­i­lar to a refi­nance with­out com­plete underwriting.
  19. Edits made to the script.
  20. Any changes to the script made during the production, often signified by coloured pages to denote the most recent version.