Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reorder.
  • noun A rearrangement.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a rearrangement in a different order

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Retailers "continue to be somewhat cautious in reordering inventory for the current season, so that they do not risk carrying over inventory to next spring," Mr. Rodgers said last week during a call.

    Business Inventory Gains Continue to Slow

  • For some stock, however, the reordering is a manual affair, with priority codes inputted by the folks in theatre.

    On bullets and beans

  • "Inventory reordering occurs when actually needed which can result in a significant cash savings."

    ThomasNet News - Today's New Product News

  • In addition, the Fed did nothing about one of the practices that consumer groups find particularly egregious, that of "reordering" how transactions are processed from highest amount to lowest amount, regardless of the order that they reached the bank.

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  • Most banks provide free online account access and encourage customers to conduct traditional transactions online, such as reordering checks, changing an address, transferring funds and paying loans.

    Consumer Action

  • Certain sequences of words are rigid in English, and one quickly runs into trouble when reordering them.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Certain sequences of words are rigid in English, and one quickly runs into trouble when reordering them.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Therefore, reordering our financial life and seeing to our financial strength is the single most constructive thing we can do to create and maintain a sound U.S. foreign policy.

    Republicans Return to Reality

  • A major concern — though not an immediate one — is that an Islamist government could someday take power in Cairo, drastically reordering Egypt's world view in a manner similar to what happened in Iran, when the 1979 Islamic revolution overthrew the American -backed shah.

    Rioters Jolt Egyptian Regime

  • Egypt's new government presents the policy shift as part of a general diplomatic reopening, rather than a reordering, of its regional relationships.

    Egyptians Court U.S. Foes

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