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[ verb ] organize anew

Synonyms

reorganise shake_up

Examples

"We must reorganize the company if we don't want to go under"

Used in print

(The New York Times,...)

But it would greatly strengthen any Mayor 's executive powers , remove the excuse in large degree that he is a captive of inaction in the Board of Estimate , increase his budget-making authority both as to expense and capital budgets , and vest in him the right to reorganize city departments in the interest of efficiency and economy .

(Joseph E. Choate, "The American Boating Scene"...)

In 1959 , the Yacht_Safety_Bureau was reorganized by the National_Association of Engine and Boat Manufacturers and a group of insurance underwriters to provide a testing laboratory and labeling service for boats and their equipment .

(Frank Lorimer, Demographic Information on...)

The whole system was again reviewed and reorganized in 1933 .

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[ verb ] organize anew, as after a setback

Synonyms

regroup reorganise

Used in print

(James D. Horan, The Shadow Catcher....)

Far up the valley I could see the Rees circling and reorganizing .

Related terms

form reorganization

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