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Definition of "reconfigured" [reconfigured]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of reconfigure. (verb)

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Use "reconfigured" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Browne said a third Bell 412 named "No. 23," after the 23 NYPD officers who died on 9/11, that had been bought in 2002, was reconfigured from a helicopter used primarily for counterterrorism operations to a sea-air rescue copter to compensate for the grounded Bell 412s that were both rescue copters The NYPD currently has five helicopters that are operational."
  • "When he looked at her again, his expression had reconfigured into something cold and unfamiliar."
  • "Jim Mullan's "reconfigured" antique decoy-birds have been painted and modded to make them into steampunk delights."