Examples of rejigger in a Sentence
The TV network is rejiggering its schedule.
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Namely, rejigger San Francisco’s infrastructure—every street, every block—with their riders in mind.
The government could rejigger its purchasing power to advance the public interest.
Walmart is rejiggering its position elsewhere as well.
Time Warner rejiggered its compensation formulas for executives following its deal to be acquired by AT&T, which was announced in 2016 but is still awaiting government approval.
In previous years, Nike likely would have struggled to grab those customers, but the company’s rejiggered operations have put it on better footing, analysts say.
One rejiggered voting districts so drastically that the opposition derided it as gerrymandering.
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.
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Definition of rejigger for English Language Learners
: to change or adjust (something)
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