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restructure

verb re·struc·ture \(ˌ)rē-ˈstrək-chər\

: to change the basic organization or structure of (something)

Full Definition of RESTRUCTURE

transitive verb
:  to change the makeup, organization, or pattern of
intransitive verb
:  to restructure something

Examples of RESTRUCTURE

  1. You should restructure this sentence to make its meaning clearer.
  2. The college is restructuring its Humanities Department.

First Known Use of RESTRUCTURE

1942

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