Definition of reconfigure in English:

reconfigure

Syllabification: re·con·fig·ure
Pronunciation: /ˌrēkənˈfigyər
 
/

verb

[with object]
  • Configure (something) differently: you don’t have to reconfigure the modem each time you make a connection
    More example sentences
    • Similarly, the software could be used to reconfigure servers to handle different tasks, depending on the time of the day.
    • We are also asking the council to look at reconfiguring the inside of the building.
    • We find ourselves in the current situation where, without reconfiguring health services, limited resources are spread too thinly, compromising the safety and quality of patient care.

Derivatives

reconfigurable

adjective
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  • It consists of an assemblage of modular and reconfigurable shelters, unique air and missile defense hardware/software, standardized automated data processing equipment and communications suites.
  • With our reconfigurable interior, we believe this is the most versatile vehicle in the utility market.
  • ‘Many of the most notable concert halls built in the late twentieth century are designed to be acoustically reconfigurable,’ writes Thompson.

reconfiguration

Pronunciation: /ˌrēkənˌfigyəˈrāSHən/
noun
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  • We believe that this work, in addition to the reconfigurations to the network, will resolve the problems.
  • It is a very important moment in the reconfiguration of health services in south-west London and it is very important we get it right.
  • The downtown art world of the 1980s had undergone a dramatic reconfiguration by the time Basquiat arrived on the scene.

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