Definition of redeploy
: to transfer from one area or activity to another
: to relocate men or equipment
redeploymentplay \-mənt\ noun
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
Some 13 aircraft were grounded due to the disruption, with eight of those quickly redeployed and the bulk of the other five set to re-enter traffic for the Hajj pilgrimage season.
Opening a new call center in Atlanta this past fall had was temporarily detrimental to service at the Canandaigua site, about 30 miles southeast of Rochester, as staffers there were redeployed to train new employees in Georgia.
Qatar Airways is redeploying aircraft to new routes and tankers are looking at other transit ports such as Oman to ship their cargo.
Wounded in an explosion, Leavey is awarded a Purple Heart and leaves the Marines, but is separated from Rex, who is redeployed.
The troops and planes, part of an international coalition against the Islamic State group, will redeploy to Jordan.
After initially sailing in Europe, the vessel will redeploy to North America in 2019.
It has been largely spared from ISIS but as Iraq struggled to combat the group in other parts of the country, security forces have been redeployed from the south, leaving a security vacuum that has been filled by unruly militias and criminal gangs.
The problems continued in part because of the October launch of the additional call center in Atlanta that redeployed Canandaigua staff to provide training.
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First Known Use of redeploy
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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