rename

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  • Some other places he renamed after members of his family.
  • Church Street is in the process of being renamed to a number of new names.
  • The first film was renamed, and the other two never made.
  • All objects could be named or renamed, as in the example above.
  • This version is known under different names because author did not rename the version.
  • During the 1960s, a new movement to rename the national forest took place.
  • Shortly after it was decided that it would be better to rename the band.
  • Using the form below will rename a page, moving all of its history to the new name.
  • The C standard library provides a function called rename which does this action.
  • They were renamed as counties only a few years later.
  • Many of the trains were named and renamed as well as being re-numbered.
  • A few street names were changed in the first round of renaming, followed by a larger second round.
  • Despite the renaming of the southern part of the road, the station retained its original name.
  • Hundreds of streets in the U.S. have been renamed in his honor.
  • For the history of the city after its renaming, see the article on Paris.
  • This touch pool will be replaced with two new ones following the renaming.
  • Renames core services a local board may provide through a one-stop delivery system as work ready services.
  • Following arbitration with the community members, several applications were renamed by both communities.
  • Numerous local authorities however refused to follow up with the renames or delayed them.
  • They decided to store the knowledge of higher magic and rename it black magic.
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Words starting with rename

Meaning of rename

  • verb Assign a new name to
    Many streets in the former East Germany were renamed in 1990
  • verb Name again or anew
    He was renamed Minister of the Interior