Definition of reschedule in English:

reschedule

Syllabification: re·sched·ule
Pronunciation: /rēˈskejo͞o(ə)l
 
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verb

[with object]
  • 1Change the time of (a planned event): the concert has been rescheduled for September
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    • Both student unions are hopeful that they can successfully reschedule the event for the near future.
    • The boxing agent said negotiations were underway to ensure that the event was rescheduled so that the boxer remained in top form.
    • However, the organisers are considering rescheduling the festival from the second Sunday of August to the last week of November.
  • 1.1Arrange a new scheme of repayments of (a debt).
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    • They can also arrange to reschedule their existing debts until August 30.
    • Instead of rescheduling the debt the government should simply cancel it.
    • The committee added, however, that debtors can install the interest payment during the first half of the new maturity period of any rescheduled debt.

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