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Definition of "redesignated" [redesignated]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of redesignate. (verb)

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Use "redesignated" in a sentence
  • "Isn't this what the LSW was "redesignated" as when the LMG was introduced a while back?"
  • ""The Obama campaign reported that it had" redesignated "the excess money, which could mean that it had contributed it to a separate party committee or a joint fundraising committee, which have higher limits.""
  • "The Obama campaign reported that it had "redesignated" the excess money, which could mean that it had contributed it to a separate party committee or a joint fundraising committee, which have higher limits."
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