reorganize

[ ree-awr-guh-nahyz ]
/ riˈɔr gəˌnaɪz /

verb (used with or without object), re·or·gan·ized, re·or·gan·iz·ing.

to organize again.

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Also especially British, re·or·gan·ise.

Origin of reorganize

First recorded in 1675–85; re- + organize

OTHER WORDS FROM reorganize

re·or·gan·iz·er, nounun·re·or·gan·ized, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for re-organize

reorganize

reorganise

/ (riːˈɔːɡəˌnaɪz) /

verb (tr)

to change the way (something) is organized
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