reassigned[ uh-sahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF reassigned
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REASSIGNED
Possibly they should be reassigned to duties more suited to their abilities.
A (p. 137) number of these men were reassigned to other units.
Now he stopped at the entrance to the ship where he had been reassigned a berth for the night shift.
It was high time the government investigated category assignment and reshuffled and reassigned half the nation's population.
I learned that the route had been changed, and I reassigned them, at the same time.
Because I reassigned them, at the same time I briefed them, and made these other assignments.
Although I shall not be reassigned to the coast-guard service, I am permitted to retain the animal at my own expense.
The technically unqualified but still "usable" men would be reassigned to black service units.