: to rearrange (something) into an altered form, figure, shape, or layout : to configure (something) again or in a new way
- Back in the business end of the airplane, built-in features allow the single loadmaster to reconfigure the cargo bay for different types of loads in under an hour in flight.
- —Richard DeMeis
- Neuroimaging suggested that his brain had essentially reconfigured itself—surviving neurons bypassed dead ones and forged new connections to one another.
- —Jeneen Interlandi