Examples of rejigger in a Sentence
The TV network is rejiggering its schedule.
Recent Examples of rejigger from the Web
In recent years, as the advertising industry has rejiggered its strategy to compete with Facebook and Google, publishers have increasingly turned to content advertising networks as a new source of revenue.
The Red Wings have tried to rejigger things on the fly for about seven years and that has resulted in one playoff series win and now back to back years getting left out of the playoffs altogether.
The show’s masterly first 20 minutes, for instance, have been significantly rejiggered since Denver, and show Mr. Grandage getting the back story squared away swiftly.
Much of that year was spent rejiggering his associations.
Even some of the project’s original supporters grew disenchanted as Mayor Bloomberg rejiggered the deal with developers.
The whole ecosystem rejiggered itself into a state that hadn’t existed in centuries.
The conference report notes that the restrictions on larger businesses are designed to discourage wealthy Americans from rejiggering their finances to qualify.
Ozuna’s arrival will rejigger the Cardinals’ outfield, with him likely taking over in left and Pham moving to center to replace veteran Dexter Fowler, who was already set to move to a corner spot thanks to his declining defense.
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REJIGGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rejigger for English Language Learners
: to change or adjust (something)
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