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OTHER WORDS FROM repositionre·po·si·tion·a·ble, adjective
How to use reposition in a sentence
If a spacecraft needs to be repositioned, they can execute that too.Space Force is using virtual-reality headsets to train its Guardians to work on satellites|Dalvin Brown|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
We went with a company that was repositioning its boat from Antarctic waters to Arctic waters.A king penguin and a wedding anniversary inspired a couple to see all 18 species|Andrea Sachs|March 11, 2021|Washington Post
First let’s start with the term itself, what it means to clients and how it needs to be repositioned.The Panda anniversary and what we desperately must remember about search|Kevin Mullaney|February 24, 2021|Search Engine Watch
Instead, pinch the edges of the mask with your fingers to reposition it.
In addition to providing reliability to consumers and more order to city streets, this could significantly improve unit economics, reducing carbon emissions and the operational work required to maintain and reposition fleets.Spin bets its scooter future on 3 wheels and remote-control tech|Kirsten Korosec|January 27, 2021|TechCrunch
But the President could easily reposition it as a friendly “pro-gun rights” gesture by outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder.
According to Weyand, that gave Pistorius the ability to reposition his blades 20 percent more rapidly than a normal competitor.
They brand is working to reposition themselves to contend with lifestyle giants like Michael Kors and Tory Burch.Raf Simons Will Design Film Costumes; Naeem Khan's FLOTUS Moment|The Fashion Beast Team|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then you step into it and sort of roll it up, hoping you get it in the proper place, because it is very difficult to reposition.
Giffard seems to have attempted the reposition of the cord only once, and failed, apparently from the unusual size of the child.
The reposition of the cord may be effected by the hand, or by means of an elastic catheter and ligature.
When the reposition has been effected, he has merely to withdraw the stilet; the cord is instantly disengaged.
In the majority of cases the reposition of the fragments alone is not sufficient to maintain accurate apposition.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern