rearrange


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Synonyms for rearrange

reorganize

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put into a new order or arrangement

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Mr Loveridge says Flint Town Council are "a receptive and responsive council" and have already put waves in motion to rearrange the event.
The illness has also made him rearrange five dates on his much-anticipated North American tour.
We will rearrange state budgets by cutting them back in other areas.
Rearrange the words on the shooting stars to create eight space-related anagrams that match the given clues.
The department has written to licensed Chinese traders informing them that they need to rearrange their businesses and stop posturing like general dealers as that type of business is reserved for citizens of the country.
There is no magnetic that at the distance of the moon/its attractive power would rearrange the molecules in our bodies.
Ruby forms during metamorphism, when heat and pressure underground rearrange the atoms that make up the minerals in a rock.
Global pandemics threaten to rearrange our entire business.
When I open Explorer to rearrange files, the opening screen is so packed with information I barely can find what I need.
Rearrange these letters and find the related word: SNOOP a) Town, b) Jacket, c) Bird, d) Fork 5.
The Mind Map helps me quickly get ideas on screen, where I can easily rearrange them by dragging them into the proper location.
Before you decide to rearrange the family photos on your mantelpiece, consider adding the Digi-Frame as a new and exciting element.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-24 April 2002-Sonera to rearrange business operations (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.