reorder

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Etymology[edit]

From re- +‎ order.

Verb[edit]

reorder (third-person singular simple present reorders, present participle reordering, simple past and past participle reordered)

  1. (transitive) To place in a new order; to rearrange.
    The books were sorted by title, but I'm going to reorder them by author's surname.
  2. (transitive) To order (a product, etc.) again.
    We reorder printer paper about once a month.
  3. (transitive) To order or command again; to repeat an instruction to.
    • 1972, Charles J. Schoefer, ‎Michael E. Tigar, Selective Service Law Reporter
      The Board granted the postponement and reordered him to report for induction on June 18, 1970.

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Noun[edit]

reorder (plural reorders)

  1. The process of ordering something again.
    manual reorders of stock

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