- 1Appoint (someone) to a different post or role: he had been reassigned to another postMore example sentences
- You must have known now that I am relieving you from your current post and reassigning you back to internals.
- He then served as an instructor in engineering at West Point for two years after which he was reassigned to a post in Georgia.
- The current search began when the previous manager was reassigned from the post in August.
- 1.1Allocate or distribute (work or resources) differently: he ordered the ministries to reassign the vehiclesMore example sentences
- ‘By closing those offices that are no longer efficient, the ministry can instead reassign resources and energy to other matters,’ Chien said.
- Would the ability to reassign resources without downtime or service interruption be beneficial?
- Players need to help each other to complete the game, exchanging their partial views of the game, suggesting moves to each other, and reassigning the workload among themselves.
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- It also details insider hiring, slapdash dismissals of whistleblower complaints, staff reassignments to field offices and sudden departures by loyal and longtime staff members that have left the office crippled.
- Isn't the pattern of managing hasty reassignments and transfers for priests to keep them a step ahead of the law and accountability just what's gotten the Church into trouble?
- Having served in the military while married, I know the disruption that frequent reassignments to new bases can cause a service family.
More definitions of reassignDefinition of reassign in:
- The US English dictionary