Rework meaning

rē-wûrk
Work done to correct defects associated with a deliverable product, plus any root cause analysis effort to identify the task(s) to be re-performed.

The schedule has been pushed back because of the rework.

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To work over again; revise.
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To subject to a repeated or new process.
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Something reworked.

Just a rework of an old speech.

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To work again.
  • To rewrite or revise.
  • To process (something used) for use again.
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The act of redoing, correcting, or rebuilding.

They sent the assembly back to the shop for rework.

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(in particular, food manufacturing) Taking unsaleable food and using it in the manufacture of other food.
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Something redone, corrected or rebuilt.

They received the rework back from the shop.

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(countable) An instance of reworking.
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You'll have to rework the crank assembly to incorporate the changes.

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Origin of rework

  • re- +"Ž work.

    From Wiktionary