from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To order (the same goods) again.
- transitive v. To straighten out or put in order again.
- transitive v. To rearrange.
- intransitive v. To order the same goods again.
- n. A further order of goods from the same supplier.
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- v. order again, give a new order to
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To order a second time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To order a second time; repeat a, command to or for.
- To put in order again; arrange anew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a repeated order for the same merchandise
- v. make a new request to be supplied with
- v. assign a new order to
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fast Busy: (often called reorder) - An audible busy signal interrupted at twice the rate of the normal busy signal; sent to the originating station to indicate that the call blocked due to busy equipment.
Finally, he promises to "reorder" our priorities, to change those wicked "federal regulations" and that evil "tax structure" in order to restore America as an "industrial giant".
My sons school will take a credit card, but my daughters does not until the pics come back and you do a "reorder" online.
Until 15 October.23 Film: Crazy, Stupid, Love This sophisticated romcom stars Steve Carell as a happily married man trying to reorder his life when wife Julianne Moore leaves him for a co-worker.
As long as India officially remains the chief threat to Pakistan, the military establishment can reorder Islamabad's resources whichever way it wants; this power vanishes if India is no longer deemed that kind of threat.
I gave my first copy of BBF to my niece ... and am waiting for my second reorder. .it's coming in the mail tomorrow via BnN.
These sites, valuable rather than holy, help us to recover perspective, reorder our ambitions, quell our paranoias and remind us of the interest and obliging unexpectedness of life.
All this plan does is prudently, and wisely, reorder the use of existing debt to capture economies from lower interest rates and lower construction bids....
Voters, who understandably believe that they and not union bosses, control state government elected representatives who promised to reorder the relationship between government and public employee unions.
A solution that is much easier than causing missive political dislocation by reorder the states.