[ree-uh-pawr-shuh n, -pohr-]
verb (used with object)
to apportion or distribute anew.
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Origin of reapportion
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Examples from the Web for re-apportion
It is also made the duty of the General Assembly, in the year 1865, to re-apportion the representation in both Houses.
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