- 1Reorganize or change the positions of (government appointees, members of a team, etc.): the president was forced to reshuffle his cabinetMore example sentences
- Who said the prime minister could not have reshuffled his Cabinet and not fired her and still given me a job?
- The first test of his growing strength will come when the ministerial team is reshuffled today.
- Late last month, the Prime Minister reshuffled his cabinet in an attempt to resuscitate his government's largely stalled economic and social agenda.
- 1.1Put in a new order; rearrange: genetic constituents are constantly reshuffled into individual organismsMore example sentences
- Organizers are reshuffling the rest of his concert schedule while the singer heals.
- For this, the individual values of the trait under consideration are reshuffled relative to the remaining data (the other trait values and marker scores).
- Randomization procedures whereby the sampling dates or the spatial positions were reshuffled allowed us to test for temporal and spatial effects.
- 2Shuffle (playing cards) again: Youngman is requesting that Garcia reshuffle the cards [no object]: too many pairs are coming up—you better reshuffleMore example sentences
- Are the cards reshuffled when the last card is drawn or when someone needs to draw a card?
- However, you get only 8 cards reshuffled in this case, so you should time using the joker wisely.
- If it is a jack, he reshuffles and the cards are cut again.
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- An act of reorganizing or rearranging something: he was brought into the government in the last reshuffleMore example sentences
- Should this happen or not, the forces of separation are stimulating speculation about possible reshuffles of party allegiance.
- Proposals for structural reshuffles were also tabled at the meeting.
- The spokesman was also asked about the replacement of the Leader of the Commons, but he replied he did not comment on reshuffles.