Examples of redeploy in a Sentence
The soldiers were redeployed to the country's capital.
Most units will redeploy to their home bases.
They redeployed their assets into mutual funds.
Recent Examples of redeploy from the Web
One of those machines is fully automated and can do the work of four people, Tamasi said, noting that employees who previously did this work will be redeployed to other areas.
Elite Cameroonian soldiers, who are among the most effective fighters in the region, have been removed from Lake Chad and redeployed to English-speaking regions in the south (see map).
Cash thrown off by the biotech’s maturing but still very profitable multiple sclerosis franchise would be redeployed to license or acquire new neuroscience assets.
Still, the gradual rebound in crude prices is boosting the company’s fortunes, as Schlumberger has started to redeploy its workforce toward more traditional business lines.
Nigeria's military denied their withdrawal led to the raid on the school after it was criticized for redeploying troops from the area.
Six weeks before the attack, the military abandoned a checkpoint at the entrance to Dapchi after soldiers were redeployed to fight Boko Haram near the border with Niger.
The company will not be able to determine whether to redeploy its vehicles until its team of engineers analyze the data.
Georgas has since been redeployed to Detached Services and currently heads security for the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, which operates Navy Pier and McCormick Place, records show.
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REDEPLOY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of redeploy for English Language Learners
: to move (soldiers or equipment) to a new area
: to move (something, such as money) from one area or activity to another
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