Definition of reconsign in English:

reconsign

Syllabification: re·con·sign
Pronunciation: /ˌrēkənˈsīn
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Consign again or differently.
    More example sentences
    • Maybe they'll pick out four or five, then reconsign the rest.
    • All unsold items must be withdrawn or reconsigned by the end of the consignment term (February 28).
    • Entire shipments or portions of shipments may be reconsigned/rerouted.

Derivatives

reconsignment

noun
More example sentences
  • As soon as practicable after the Commission has taken possession of detained drug-like substances, they must, pending their return, reconsignment or disposal, be taken to a place of security specified by the Managing Director.
  • A request for reconsignment or diversion must be confirmed in writing, which shall include facsimile transmissions.

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