Definition of reshuffle
1 : to shuffle again reshuffle a deck of cards
2 : to reorganize usually by the redistribution of existing elements the cabinet was reshuffled by the prime minister
Examples of reshuffle in a Sentence
The dealer reshuffled the cards.
Recent Examples of reshuffle from the Web
MADRID (AP) — The leader of the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia reshuffled his Cabinet on Friday to strengthen the regional government, which wants to hold a referendum on independence from Spain promised for Oct. 1.
An administration official, however, told Science that OSTP has reshuffled its work flow—and that there’s a short list for the director’s position.
The Berkowitz administration and the city firefighters' union negotiated a new contract in which union members agreed to reshuffle staffing and forgo raises in two of the next three years to save money.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will reshuffle his cabinet and party leaders early next month, moving to shore up his worst levels of popular support since returning to power in 2012, following a historic loss in a Tokyo assembly election.
For Pat Riley and his Heat staff, the Friday moves dramatically reshuffled the free-agency deck.
Last month, an audio tape was leaked to the public purportedly of a 90-minute conversation in 2014 between Enkhbold and two of his party’s officials discussing a $25 million bribe to reshuffle government positions.
Inclement weather is expected early in the morning, so the PGA Tour reshuffled the start times.
She's been asked not to be considered for reappointment as Macron reshuffles his Cabinet following Sunday's legislative election.
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Definition of reshuffle for English Language Learners
: to shuffle (cards) again
: to change the way the parts of (something) are arranged or organized
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