- to organize again.
Also especially British, re·or·gan·ise.
Origin of reorganize
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Re-organize the eastern part of Utah, (the Mormon country), as an Aboriginal territory.The American Indian as Slaveholder and Seccessionist
Annie Heloise Abel
There had been a cessation of fighting for an hour, and the broken troops had commenced to re-organize and get into line.Uncle Daniel's Story Of "Tom" Anderson
He and I drew up a plan to re-organize the old Conference into a more excellent and practical one.
As, however, two men were now coming up the hill together Letty was obliged to re-organize her forces to meet the new advance.The Dust Flower
Thus the unions would retain their confidence and be enabled to re-organize them at an early date.The Great Steel Strike and its Lessons
William Z. Foster
- to change the way (something) is organized
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Word Origin and History for re-organize
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