Definition of retransformation in English:

retransformation

noun

  • The action or an act of transforming again, especially back into (also to) a former shape or condition.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Heywood (c1573–1641), playwright and poet. From re- + transformation, after retransform.

Pronunciation

retransformation

/ˌriːtrɑːnsfəˈmeɪʃn//ˌriːtransfəˈmeɪʃn//riˌtransfəˈmeɪʃn/