Definition of Reordering

1. Noun. A rearrangement in a different order.

Generic synonyms: Rearrangement
Specialized synonyms: Permutation, Reversal, Transposition, Overtaking, Passing, Make, Shuffle, Shuffling
Derivative terms: Reorder



Definition of Reordering

1. Verb. (present participle of reorder) ¹

2. Noun. A rearrangement. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reordering

1. reorder [v] - See also: reorder

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Literary usage of Reordering

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1. The New Old: Why Baby Boomers Won't be Pensioned Off by Julia Huber, Paul Skidmore (2003)
"From retirement to reordering: baby boomers' priorities for self-fulfilment, and how they can be supported There has always been some kind of sense that, ..."

2. Scientific Management: A Collection of the More Significant Articles edited by Clarence Bertrand Thompson (1914)
"A " resistless reordering of industrial life " usually means, for many wage-earners, unemployment and uncertainty. John Stuart Mill asserted that " hitherto ..."

3. Distributions with Fixed Marginals and Related Topics by Ludger Rüschendorf, Berthold Schweizer, Michael Dee Taylor (1996)
"A photograph of this reordering is taken and this is one of the T reorderings ... This allows for the reordering of the wine where changes are very subtle, ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"It is this fact and the uncertainties of the breeder development program that provide powerful arguments for a reordering of priorities for nuclear versus ..."

5. The Wayward Welfare State by Roger A. Freeman (1981)
"By the end of 1980 there had been no "reordering of national priorities" by Congress. Nor, if such a reordering does take place, is there reason to expect ..."

6. The History and Problems of Organized Labor by Frank Tracy Carlton (1920)
"The introduction of scientific management bids fair to cause "another intensive, resistless reordering of industrial life." And the wage earner, ..."

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