verb (used with object)
to transfer (a unit, a person, supplies, etc.) from one theater of operations to another.
to move or allocate to a different position, use, function, or the like; reassign.
verb (used without object)
to execute a redeployment.
Origin of redeploy
Related formsre·de·ploy·ment, noun
First recorded in 1940–45; re-
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Examples from the Web for redeploy
Contemporary Examples of redeploy
On April 15, Breedlove is scheduled to present a U.S. plan to redeploy assets in Europe as a response to the Ukraine crisis.
That point is sometime in the late forties or early fifties, making it harder to redeploy labor from struggling sectors.
The longer U.S. combat brigades stay in Iraq, the longer it will take to redeploy them to Afghanistan.
British Dictionary definitions for redeploy
Derived Formsredeployment, noun
to assign new positions or tasks to (labour, troops, etc)
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Word Origin and History for redeploy
1945, in reference to U.S. troops shifting from Europe to Asia after the fall of Berlin, from re- + deploy. Related: Redeployed; redeploying.
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