verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for repositioning
By then, of course, Clinton will be repositioning herself as a tough-on-Iran realist.
Still, Lee praised the move as a smart one for repositioning the show.
“The repositioning never caught hold,” said Martin Walker, chairman of magazine consulting firm Walker Communications.
Lufthansa, the German airline, flew eight empty airplanes from Munich to Frankfurt on a repositioning exercise without trouble.
British Dictionary definitions for repositioning
Word Origin and History for repositioning (1 of 2)
1580s, "act of replacing," from Late Latin repositionem (nominative repositio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin reponere (see repose (v.2)). Meaning "act of laying up in safety" is from 1610s.