Definition of reroute in English:

reroute

Line breaks: re|route
Pronunciation: /riːˈruːt
 
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verb

[with object]
Send by or along a different route: the police had rerouted the march
More example sentences
  • But the last few years have been a nightmare, since the council re-routed the buses along our avenue.
  • For example, if a unit expecting supplies has moved or it is determined that another unit has a more urgent requirement for those supplies; a convoy can be sent an e-mail re-routing it to where it needs to be.
  • Metaphorically, this has made it possible for musicians to re-route pilgrimages to Santiago along the Celtic fringe to form postmodern confluences of Celtic religion and music.

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