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See definition of reorient on Dictionary.com
  • as inreconstruct
  • as intransplant
  • as inreorganize

synonyms for reorient

  • fix
  • fix up
  • modernize
  • overhaul
  • reassemble
  • rebuild
  • recreate
  • reestablish
  • regenerate
  • rehabilitate
  • rejuvenate
  • remake
  • remodel
  • renovate
  • repair
  • reproduce
  • restore
  • revamp
  • rework
  • copy
  • deduce
  • doctor
  • patch
  • recast
  • recondition
  • reconstitute
  • refashion
  • reform
  • remold
  • replace
  • reshuffle
  • retool
  • do up
  • make over
  • piece together
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antonyms for reorient

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  • break
  • corrupt
  • damage
  • destroy
  • hurt
  • kill
  • ruin
  • raze
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    How to use reorient in a sentence

    About a decade later, the telecom agency under Democrats tried to reorient the program.
    LACKING A LIFELINE: HOW A FEDERAL EFFORT TO HELP LOW-INCOME AMERICANS PAY THEIR PHONE BILLS FAILED AMID THE PANDEMICTONY ROMMFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    Kate KayePublishers join the streaming warsAfter pivoting to video on Facebook and then YouTube, publishers are reorienting once again.
    MEDIA BRIEFING: THE MEDIA INDUSTRY’S TOP TRENDS AT THE MOMENTTIM PETERSONJANUARY 28, 2021DIGIDAY
    In his resignation letter, Pack wrote he was “solely focused upon reorienting the agency toward its missions.”
    US BROADCASTING AGENCY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RESIGNSKAELA ROEDERJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
    Instead of reorienting its entire organization around streaming, in October 2020, ViacomCBS formed a new global streaming division and appointed Pluto TV CEO Tom Ryan to oversee that part of the organization.
    CHANGE THE CHANNEL: HOW VIACOMCBS IS MANAGING THE TRANSITION FROM LINEAR TV TO STREAMINGTIM PETERSONJANUARY 5, 2021DIGIDAY
    TikTok users, of course, aren’t the only ones designing, creating and editing productions through remote and collaborative processes in 2020 — Hollywood itself has had to reorient itself for remote work at a much larger scale.
    THIS WEEK IN APPS: APPLE BANS PARTY APP, CHINA LOSES 39K IOS GAMES, TIKTOK BIRTHS A ‘RATATOUSICAL’SARAH PEREZJANUARY 2, 2021TECHCRUNCH
    Disney made other adjustments to reorient its film operations around streaming.
    DISNEY PLANS TO STREAM A GALAXY OF STAR WARS, MARVEL SERIESVERNE KOPYTOFFDECEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
    Now a new global alliance, with Pope Francis as its moral leader, is pushing to rescue the heart of capitalism and reorient it as a force for social good.
    POPE FRANCIS IS BACKING A NEW MOVEMENT TO REDEFINE CAPITALISM AS A FORCE FOR GOODANNE QUITODECEMBER 8, 2020QUARTZ
    WarnerMedia, like seemingly every other major TV company, is reorienting its business around streaming.
    TV NETWORKS CUT COSTS TO CONFRONT SHRINKING PROFITS AMID STREAMING SHIFTTIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 11, 2020DIGIDAY
    This seeming inevitability is the most disruptive aspect of TV networks reorienting their businesses around streaming.
    TV NETWORKS FACE LOSS OF AFFILIATE REVENUE IN SHIFT TO STREAMINGTIM PETERSONOCTOBER 21, 2020DIGIDAY
    A couple of the blips were over the ocean way south of England and they were trying to contact them by radio to reorient them.
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    WORDS RELATED TO REORIENT

    • readjust
    • redistribute
    • reform
    • reorganize
    • reorient
    • reshuffle
    • revamp
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