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- (transitive) To schedule again or at a different time.
- We'll have to reschedule next Monday's meeting because of the public holiday.
- 2019 October, “February completion for Wherry lines resignalling”, in Modern Railways, page 22:
- Network Rail says it has also rescheduled repairs and renewals work to coincide with the closures, including a full bridge replacement at Postwick and track renewals at Lowestoft, Acle and Hassingham, along with additional maintenance to the swing bridges at Reedham and Somerleyton.
- (transitive, US, law) To reclassify; to change the schedule (division into which something is classified) of.
- 1997, Mary Lynn Mathre, Cannabis in Medical Practice, page 25:
- Judge Young had been considering a petition filed to have marijuana rescheduled under federal law.
- 2000, Marijuana As Medicine?: The Science Beyond the Controversy:
- Moreover, marijuana could only be brought to market if it were rescheduled to acknowledge its “accepted medical use,” according to DEA standards.
to schedule again