Definition of "reshuffle" [reshuffle]

  • To shuffle again: reshuffle cards. (verb-transitive)
  • To arrange or organize anew: The president reshuffled the advisory committee. (verb-transitive)

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Use "reshuffle" in a sentence
  • "There had been what they call a reshuffle, meaning that all the Cabinet posts were redistributed."
  • "But a reshuffle is as good an opportunity as any to ask how far we are translating our liberal principles into liberal policies."
  • "Yet despite regular reports that a cabinet "reshuffle" is about to happen, few observers are holding their breath."