- (transitive) To tweak or rearrange.
2017 March 27, “The Observer view on triggering article 50”, in The Observer:
- They simply cannot deliver what they promised. Nor will an affronted, alienated Brussels help them do so. Rejigged single market access? Forget it.
2011 October 1, Clive Lindsay, “Kilmarnock 1 - 2 St Johnstone”, in BBC Sport:
- The rejigged visiting defence was quickly under pressure, Dean Shiels played a neat one-two with Zdenek Kroca and only a brave Peter Enckelman save at the feet of the Northern Irishman prevented an opening goal.