OTHER WORDS FROM reconfigurere·con·fig·u·ra·tion, noun
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A group mostly just browses in the same vicinity, then may fray apart and reconfigure with different members in the fission-fusion pattern seen in many animals, such as dolphins.Having more friends may help female giraffes live longer|Susan Milius|February 25, 2021|Science News
You can’t go in and reconfigure your team and save cap space like you can in football.The Tampa Bay Lightning Are Skating It Back By Sliding Just Under The Salary Cap|Julian McKenzie|February 2, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Halsey said Golden Hall and the city’s two remaining tent shelters have been reconfigured to safely accommodate homeless San Diegans once the Convention Center shutters.Morning Report: How Vaccines and New Rules Impact School Reopenings|Voice of San Diego|January 27, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Such a plan would give the city guidance to reconfigure roads as it’s able to make them more walkable and bikeable, and allow for more transit opportunities.7 Big Promises and Priorities From Gloria’s State of the City Address|Lisa Halverstadt and MacKenzie Elmer|January 14, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Distributed work will unlock the potential of these technologies in the same way the highway system unlocked the potential of cars and ultimately reconfigured modern life.
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|Marlow Stern|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then we had to reconfigure, rethink and shoot a new ending.
You try to get an experimental service running and no one will reconfigure the firewall.Makers|Cory Doctorow