recast in

recast something in something

to rebuild or redevelop something in a different form. She recast the sentence in the negative, hoping to make it less blunt. I will recast my request in different language.
References in classic literature ?
And the following, recast in a less allusive and conversational manner, is the story that he told.
And for a third recast in season 4, viewers will now see a noticeable change in "The Mountain".
There is a strong case that the duties should be recast in favour of on-licences.
One of its ancient bells, which was last recast in 173 2, is now back in the bell tower in perfect condition after Simon organised a pounds 15,000 overhaul.
Negative equity and payment shocks will continue as Option ARM loans recast in large numbers in the coming years,' said Somerville.
Fitch expects roughly $29 billion to recast to higher monthly payments by the end of 2009 and an additional $67 billion to recast in 2010.
SEEC Mosaic Studio provides the most complete capabilities for mining business rules from complex COBOL systems, excavating them from the bondage of outdated, undocumented legacy code so that they can be recast in state-of-the art technology," said Barbara von Halle, president of Knowledge Partners.