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1reorder

verb re·or·der \(ˌ)rē-ˈr-dər\

: to order (something) again

: to arrange (something) in a different order

Full Definition of REORDER

transitive verb
1
:  to arrange in a different way
2
:  to give a reorder for
intransitive verb
:  to place a reorder

Examples of REORDER

  1. I had to reorder the shirt because they sent the wrong size.
  2. The book sold out the first day, and the store reordered 500 copies.
  3. Call us when you're ready to reorder.
  4. You need to reorder your priorities.
  5. The coach reordered the batting lineup.
  6. After her husband's death, she reordered her life.

First Known Use of REORDER

1656

2reorder

noun

Definition of REORDER

:  an order like a previous order placed with the same supplier

First Known Use of REORDER

1901

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