Definition of reorganize in English:


Syllabification: re·or·gan·ize
Pronunciation: /rēˈôrɡəˌnīz


[with object]
Change the way in which (something) is organized: we have to reorganize the entire workload [no object]: the company reorganized into fewer key areas
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  • In the Ministry of Finance we have implemented a document management system and reorganized the central archive.
  • Lee recognized the inherent weakness of this system and began to reorganize the artillery arm.
  • I admit to trying one or two of those approaches, but nothing worked for me until I discovered the miraculous effect of organizing and reorganizing my work space.
restructure, change, alter, adjust, transform, shake up, rationalize, rearrange, reshape, overhaul
informal clean house



Pronunciation: /ˌrēˌôrɡənəˈzāSHən/
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  • Reform implies reorganisation, a new order of improvement of what is in existence.
  • Therefore, the focus on management reforms has usually involved reorganizations, the creation of new committees, or reporting requirements.
  • In the course of all military reforms and reorganizations in Russia, priority has always been given to manpower acquisition in the army and navy.


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  • Twenty-four hours later, Rumsfeld surveyed the fate decreed by other reorganisers for his bureaucrats.
  • As reorganiser of the papal archives and refurbisher of inscriptions on martyrs' tombs, Damasus earned the undying gratitude of historians.
  • He calls Gores Technology a shrewd buyer and an able reorganizer.

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