Definition of remanufacture in English:

remanufacture

noun

  • The act, process, or result, of remanufacturing something.

verb

  • with object To put (a manufactured material or product) through a process of manufacture again; to manufacture from recycled material or parts.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in William Taylor (1765–1836), reviewer and translator. From re- + manufacture, after remanufacture<br>mid 18th century. From re- + manufacture.

Pronunciation

remanufacture

/ˌriːˌmanjʊˈfaktʃə/