reapportion

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

c 1830 re- +‎ apportion

Verb[edit]

reapportion (third-person singular simple present reapportions, present participle reapportioning, simple past and past participle reapportioned)

  1. To apportion again; to redistribute or reallocate.
    The court intervened to reapportion the voting districts that had been unfairly laid out under the controlling party's regime.

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