Informal To readjust or rearrange. (verb-transitive)
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Use "rejigger" in a sentence
"Again, I just want to swallow these acquisitions and kind of rejigger our whole program including the HBP and the single well laterals before I give you an exit rate."
"Mr. Starr notes that the Weekly Standard was happy to rejigger its online set-up to accommodate the request."
"Washington-based tax expert Ken Klies predicts that once Congress acts, the IRS quickly will rejigger the withholding tables so taxpayers recover the earlier higher withholdings."