Definition of "rejiggering" [rejiggering]

  • Present participle of rejigger. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rejiggering" in a sentence
  • "I scoffed, and not just because he would come at a hefty price tag that would totally blow away the City's contention that this rejiggering is based on REASONS OF ECONOMY -- that is, it should cost less to implement than the current arrangements."
  • "Silicon Valley firms that fought the change are planning a variety of gimmicks to soften the blow, such as rejiggering the numbers used to estimate the value of options."
  • "Without that bounce, AMD would likely fall prey to the summer "rejiggering" that often plagues processor-makers this time of year."
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