- to change the shape or formation of; remodel; restructure.
Origin of reconfigure
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Examples from the Web for reconfigure
If Purisima wins, with no money, the world will have to reconfigure its economic and trade coordinates completely.
I have to reconfigure my brain before I get behind the wheel, which is very Portland of me.‘Portlandia’ Duo Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein Discuss the Secrets to the Cult Show’s Success
February 27, 2014
Then we had to reconfigure, rethink and shoot a new ending.Spike Lee Returns to New Orleans on HBO
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You try to get an experimental service running and no one will reconfigure the firewall.Makers
- (tr) to rearrange the elements or settings of (a system, device, computer application, etc)
Word Origin and History for reconfigure
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