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reassign

/ (ˌriːəˈsaɪn) /
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verb (tr)
to move (personnel, resources, etc) to a new post, department, location, etc
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Derived forms of reassign

reassignment, noun
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How to use reassign in a sentence

  • Leslie H. Gelb on why he must reassign Rahm, dump Larry Summers, and get rid of National Security adviser Jim Jones.

    Replace Rahm|Leslie H. Gelb|February 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST
  • Anyhow, Malone was reasonably sure that he could reassign himself from vacation time, at least until he called Burris.

    Occasion for Disaster|Gordon Randall Garrett
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