redistrict

verb re·dis·trict \ (ˌ)rē-ˈdi-(ˌ)strikt \
Updated on: 17 Nov 2017

Definition of redistrict

transitive verb
: to divide anew into districts; specifically : to revise the legislative districts of
intransitive verb
: to revise legislative districts

Examples of redistrict in a Sentence

  1. The town was redistricted last year.

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First Known Use of redistrict

1850


REDISTRICT Defined for English Language Learners

redistrict

verb

Definition of redistrict for English Language Learners

  • : to divide (a town, state, etc.) into new political or school districts


Law Dictionary

redistrict

transitive verb re·dis·trict \ ˌrē-ˈdis-trikt \

legal Definition of redistrict

: to divide anew into districts; specifically : to revise the legislative districts of
intransitive verb
: to revise legislative districts

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