OTHER WORDS FROM redeployre·de·ploy·ment, noun
How to use redeploy in a sentence
For junior doctor Kieran Killington, who was redeployed from general practice to a west London hospital, the biggest change he’s noticed is the exhaustion of staff.
In the meantime, over 100 staff from a children’s hospital have reportedly been redeployed to intensive care units, meaning that children who had been due to receive non-emergency surgery will now be forced to wait.Sweden’s frontline health care workers are quitting in worrying numbers as COVID cases spike|kdunn6|December 13, 2020|Fortune
While cinema was always a small, discretionary budget — which can be redeployed or removed in the short-term — that budget “will no doubt find its place again in the medium to long term,” said R3’s Paull.‘No time to die’: Cinema advertising resurgence expected once movie theaters reopen|Lara O'Reilly|October 13, 2020|Digiday
What’s happened is they’ve just redeployed the cleaners to do those high-touch areas that the robots can’t really do.What experts think of robots’ threats and benefits to humanity|Brett Haensel|October 8, 2020|Fortune
That message is lost on the soldiers of Bravo who, on the eve of redeployment, have no reason to feel hopeful about their lives.
Some say that the uncertainty and ultimate disappointment of redeployment may have taken a heavy toll on Bales.Robert Bales, the Army Staff Sgt. Accused of Killing 16 Afghans|Matthew DeLuca|March 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Redeployment,” by debut author Phil Klay, puts you in the boots of a soldier returning home.
Gates, however, views these cuts as a redeployment of resources rather than a reduction of defense spending.
World War II officers had to abide by this standard in dealing with the general malaise which arose out of redeployment.The Armed Forces Officer|U. S. Department of Defense
The budget also contemplates the strategic concentration of our strength through redeployment of certain forces.