reorder

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v reorder assign a new order to
    • v reorder make a new request to be supplied with "The store had to reorder the popular CD several times"
    • n reorder a repeated order for the same merchandise "he's the one who sends out all the new orders and reorders"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Reorder To order a second time.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • reorder To order a second time; repeat a, command to or for.
    • reorder To put in order again; arrange anew.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Reorder rē-or′dėr to repeat a command: to arrange anew.
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Usage

In literature:

The huts were rethatched and the whole place reordered.
"On the Spanish Main" by John Masefield
I did not need to reorder, and by night I did not particularly want to.
"Dwellers in Arcady" by Albert Bigelow Paine
The distributors are all reordering.
"Breeder Reaction" by Winston Marks
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In news:

The paper-goods professional knows this product by its reorder codename: the Anthora.
SAP's masters of the supply chain need to reorder their stock of CRM industry respect.
Mauer would be graduating, and if Philip didn't win the starting job as a senior, the sacrifice he made in reordering his life would have been for nothing.
Three months later, it is clear that the egos, passions and prejudices of the participants in those meetings have reordered the American business landscape.
Quill makes reordering easier for the office managers it caters to.
Reordering your good sellers and sending the orders regularly is a recipe to seeing your business grow.
I am talking about the two-bin system of reordering parts, which often gets overlooked in our zeal to computerize everything.
The material is then replenished through use of the reordering card.
Health and wellness products retailer Vitacost.com Inc is beefing up its automatic reorder program with the launch today of Set & Save.
In an early sign of Republican muscle-flexing in the reordered Alaska Legislature, an Anchorage House member says he plans to revive a dormant bill to require Alaskans to show a photo ID to vote.
"We are here today to reorder your thinking," said Robert Beatty, his careful pronunciation banishing doubt with every word.
"We are here today to reorder your thinking," Robert Beatty said, his careful pronunciation banishing doubt with every word.
They ruled that Prop 2, which was deceptively called the "Michigan Civil Rights Initiative," actually "reorders the political process in Michigan to place special burdens on minority interests.
Reordering Old Quarry Guilford, CT. Reed Hilderbrand LLC, Watertown, MA.
To save money, the recorder 's office uses old stock before reordering.
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In science:

We always have the possibility to reorder the Hilbert basis such that πt (AL,R , AV ) = π(AL,R ) ⊕ π − V (AV ).
Left-Right Symmetric Models in Noncommutative Geometries?
Reordering by degree and repeating the argument, we may remove any linear relation modulo Vm in this way, proving the induction step.
Generalized complex structures on nilmanifolds
Reordering the µi if necessary, we may assume that it has an irreducible admissible generic subrepresentation π2 (cf.
Generic Transfer for General Spin Groups
We say that a proper subset B is tabloidal if the rows and columns can be reordered to make B tableau shaped, i.e. consisting of all entries above a lattice path.
Exact expectations for random graphs and assignments
This decomposition is well-defined up to cyclic reordering, and the sequence of Ls and Rs is the same as the periodic sequence of left and right turns of β in Σ.
Generalized Markoff Maps and McShane's Identity
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