Definition of rejig in English:

rejig

Line breaks: re¦jig
Pronunciation: /riːˈdʒɪg
 
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British

verb (rejigs, rejigging, rejigged)

[with object]
1Organize (something) differently; rearrange: the organizers scrambled frantically to rejig schedules
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  • The success of the show came despite organisers having to rejig the siting of dozens of trade stands, after recent rain left the grassland alongside the runway too sodden for them to be set up.
  • But we are classed as a proper railway and now have to fund this extra money quickly by rejigging the budgets because we cannot operate without insurance.
  • It just meant a little inconvenience and rejigging a production line.
2 dated Re-equip with machinery; refit: Britain will send experts to help rejig French factories
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  • The machines are capable of making customized panels, all different, without pausing to rejig.
  • Technicians are feverishly rejigging the machine en route.

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A reorganization: a cabinet rejig
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  • Some would consider that a huge burden to bear, especially if, like the former international defender, they were appointed after the transfer window had shut leaving little scope for even a minor rejig of personnel.
  • He assures me it now plays to 95% capacity and hands me a clutch of punters' reviews from the website noticeboard, all absolute raves for the rejig.
  • Half their team were delayed when the Selby Toll Bridge jammed, forcing a rejig of their batting order at Burn.

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