Definition of reorganize in English:

reorganize

(also reorganise)

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Change the way in which (something) is organized.

    ‘we have to reorganize the entire workload’
    no object ‘the company reorganized into fewer key areas’
    • ‘But it needs to go much further and completely reorganize its electronics division.’
    • ‘She thinks the recently reorganized defense in front of her will play a key role.’
    • ‘In his first six months in office, he drastically reorganized the leadership structure.’
    • ‘In the Form of Government of 1634, the central government was reorganized.’
    • ‘My questions have to do with your proposals for reorganizing the financial system.’
    • ‘The group also recently reorganized its upper management, sales force and customer service teams.’
    • ‘Lee recognized the inherent weakness of this system and began to reorganize the artillery arm.’
    • ‘In the Ministry of Finance we have implemented a document management system and reorganized the central archive.’
    • ‘The second wave occurred during the early 1980s, when the Nicaraguan government was reorganized.’
    • ‘Between 1948 and 1953, the Hungarian economy was reorganized according to the Soviet model.’
    • ‘And over the course of about three hours, the management team reorganized our entire organization.’
    • ‘He was considered a great administrator who reorganized the Union army into a mighty fighting machine.’
    • ‘Public health was reorganized on a racial basis.’
    • ‘‘There was a tense period for the first few weeks after I took over, but we have restructured and reorganised the company internally,’ he said.’
    • ‘The first campaign of the newly reorganized Department of Health was directed toward lowering the city's typhoid fever rate.’
    • ‘I admit to trying one or two of those approaches, but nothing worked for me until I discovered the miraculous effect of organizing and reorganizing my work space.’
    • ‘I started with our lab business, and basically reorganized the entire leadership team of that business.’
    • ‘He reorganized the army, ruled justly and was a lover of the arts.’
    • ‘The financial system could be reorganized along the line of tapping into this significant source of external finance.’
    • ‘Kitchener reorganized this army and established a staff college to recruit and train more Indian officers.’
    restructure, change, make alterations to, make adjustments to, alter, adjust, transform, shake up, rationalize, reshuffle, redeploy, rearrange, reshape, refashion, recast, overhaul, rebuild, reconstruct
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Pronunciation

reorganize

/riːˈɔːɡ(ə)nʌɪz/