re-organizing[ ree-awr-guh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-organizing
Synonyms for re-organizing
- shift gears
- switch over
- turn one around
- turn over new leaf
- turn the corner
- turn the tables
Antonyms for re-organizing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-ORGANIZING
Severance in re-organizing a Bible class, of which I am Secretary.
Roger Mortimer, the new viceroy, was re-organizing the government in Dublin.
The two days following this action were spent in refitting and re-organizing what was left of the Battalion.
He remained there ten days, busy apparently every hour, by day and by night, in re-organizing the political condition of Italy.
B—— is evidently paving a way for re-organizing an army favorable to such a change.