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reprogram

play
verb re·pro·gram \(ˌ)rē-ˈprō-ˌgram, -grəm\

Definition of reprogram

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to program anew; especially :  to revise or write a new program for (as a computer)

  3. intransitive verb
  4. :  to rewrite or revise a program especially of a computer

reprogrammable

play \-ˈprō-ˌgra-mə-bəl, -ˌprō-ˈgra-\ adjective


1959

First Known Use of reprogram

1959

Rhymes with reprogram

aerogram, Amsterdam, anagram, Birmingham, Boulder Dam, cablegram, centigram, Christogram, chronogram, cofferdam, cryptogram, decagram, deprogram, diagram, diaphragm, epigram, fluid dram, giant clam, hard-shell clam, hexagram, histogram, Hohokam, hologram, kilogram, logogram, mammogram, milligram, Minicam, monogram, nomogram, oriflamme, pentagram, phonogram, pictogram, Rotterdam, scattergram, self-exam, skiagram, soft-shell clam, sonogram, subprogram, telegram, tetradrachm, thank-you-ma'am, tinker's damn, Uncle Sam


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