from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Informal To rejigger: "a series of measures to . . . rejig the monetary system” ( Christian Science Monitor).
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- v. To tweak or rearrange.
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- v. re-equip a factory or plant
It's been a huge amount of work and I'm not quite done with it, but once this massive rejig is done, the rest of the rewrite will flow quite nicely, I hope.
If the Americans have not adopted a 'positive policy' vis-à-vis Pakistan since inception, what else Pakistan has in fact been rattled by the Obama Administration's new plans, to 'rejig' the American policy towards Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the region as a whole.
A government rejig, which saw the finance minister being replaced by Evangelos Venizelos, a man who until recently was Papandreou's greatest political rival, was welcomed with scepticism on Friday.
Namely, the act's rejig of debit-card fees, the so-called Volcker rule's prohibition on proprietary trading and changes to derivatives regulation.
There will be much relief if he can pick up where he left off at Lord'sThe India Tests are followed by more ODIs against the world champions: England will surely have to rejig their team for that series.
"No specific date for the rejig has been fixed yet but it will be sometime this week," the official added.
Did Capello really see Gareth Bale as such a threat that he needed to rejig his formation for a home fixture against a team ranked 117th in the world?
Instead Deschamps now finds himself wondering whether he will have enough fit forwards to deploy his usual 4-3-3 formation and may have to ponder a tactical rejig.
When Obama set us all up for environmental disaster by refusing to put the brakes on his country's unprecedented and unmatched emissions of climate-destabilizing gases, we switched over to watch will. i.am's YouTube rejig of the President's "Yes, We Can" speech.
They are irritated at another rejig of the curriculum and angry at the loss of jobs for those teachers whose subjects have been cut.
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