Definition of "rejigged" [rejigged]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of rejig. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rejigged" in a sentence
  • "His point about interconnectedness is lent weight by the fact that, nowadays, his own visitors spring from every corner of the globe; something a couple of minutes standing in the Great Court rejigged by the architect Norman Foster, and now the largest covered public space in Europe makes apparent."
  • "Remember how I told you a long, long time ago that the calculation of the Consumer Price Index (most probably in your country) has been constantly rejigged over the years to remain an artificially low figure?"
  • "Max Wigram, W1, Wed to 14 JanSSThe initial attraction here is less the rejigged portrait collection than the elaborate arts and crafts movement splendour of the £17.6m refurbished building itself."
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