English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to rename: to give a new name
UK: I've decided to rename my son because I'm bored of him.
US: Does your son mind you renaming him?
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- "Philip Cheeter's first act upon becoming King was to rename Peacenikland 'Cheeterland'."
- "I suggest that you either make this product suitable for vegetarians, or rename it 'chicken and vegetable soup'."
- "You can open, save, copy, paste, rename, and get information, among other things."
- "PEACENIKLAND RENAMED 'CHEETERLAND'!"
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