As a verb rehash
is to rework old material (physical material, ideas, documents etc), redo some work, with some variations.
As a noun rehash
is something reworked, or made up from old materials.
As an adjective alter is
To rework old material (physical material, ideas, documents etc), redo some work, with some variations.
- Today's parliamentary session only rehashed last week's arguments.
- The CEO of the company only rehashed a speech for the news conference.
(computing) To recompute the structure of a hash table, taking into account any newly added items.
- The general rehashed plans for the war.
Something reworked, or made up from old materials.
(computing) A recomputation of the structure of a hash table, taking into account any newly added items.
- He wrote a bad rehash of an earlier essay.
* altre (obsolete)
To change the form or structure of.
* Bible, Psalms lxxxix. 34
- My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of my lips.
* Alexander Pope
- No power in Venice can alter a decree.
To become different.
To tailor clothes to make them fit.
To castrate, neuter or spay (a dog or other animal).
(obsolete) To agitate; to affect mentally.
- It gilds all objects, but it alters none.