reorder

[ ree-awr-der ]
/ riˈɔr dər /

verb (used with object)

to put in order again: to reorder the card file.
to give a reorder for: to reorder the books before they're completely sold out.

verb (used without object)

to order goods again.

noun

a second or repeated order for the same goods: to put through a reorder for those lamps.

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Origin of reorder

First recorded in 1585–95; re- + order
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Example sentences from the Web for re-order

  • Kelter began a soft and soothing discourse which led nowhere at first but ended finally in a re-order for four hot Scotches.

    The Danger Mark|Robert W. Chambers
  • Don't you understand that society must re-order itself presently out of all this?

    Scaramouche|Rafael Sabatini
  • You have to think out a whole new set of dispositions, and to re-order all your great body of men.

British Dictionary definitions for re-order

reorder
/ (riːˈɔːdə) /

verb (tr)

to request (something) to be supplied again or differently
to arrange, regulate, or dispose (articles) in their proper places again
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