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Definition of "rearrangement" [re•ar•range•ment]

  • The process of rearranging. (noun)
  • A rearrangement reaction. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rearrangement" in a sentence
  • "The rearrangement is based on the number of foreign words (Nahuatl and Spanish) found in each one hundred lines."
  • "For example, professional liar Elizabeth Rosenthal falsely insists in the February 9, 2006 New York Times: “Genetic rearrangement is most likely to occur in a human body when a person is simultaneously infected with the bird flu virus and a human flu virus that can swap genes†¦ The likelihood that such reshuffling will occur increases with each uncontrolled bird outbreak and each farmer who becomes infected. ” This is all a Big Lie!"
  • "I'm extremely entertained by the name rearrangement on my livejournal."