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- 2 [colloquial/familiar] [industry/personnel] reorganizar* totalmente he'll shake the team up le va a dar una buena sacudida al equipo [colloquial/familiar] your ideas need shaking up! ¡tienes que aclarar tus ideas!
- [colloquial/familiar] gran reorganización (feminine) or remodelación (feminine) to give sth a good shake-up reorganizar* or remodelar algo totalmenteMore example sentences
- It won the 1990 elections, and immediately carried out a radical shake-up of the country's welfare system by creating the first ‘post-welfarist’ society.
- Now it will be left to President-elect Bush to propose a radical shake-up of social security, allowing younger workers to partially opt-out of the system and put some of their savings into the stock market instead.
- His departure comes at a time when the Federal Government is considering a radical shake-up of the Family Law system.