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Definition of "reorient" [re•o•ri•ent]

  • To orient again; to become oriented after a dislocation or period of disorientation. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reorient" in a sentence
  • "Bernhard Linde mentions, for instance how, when the somewhat nationalist poetic movement "Noor Eesti" Young Estonia first got off the ground between about 1908 and 1915, the young generation invited Estonia to reorient from a Russian-German axis to an Anglo-French one."
  • "And it was Paul Equale, our other lobbyist who, in the final weeks before the '94 election, was clever enough to "reorient" -- that's his word -- the money of his political action committee -- his PAC -- from Democrats to Republicans so that immediately when the Republicans were in power he had an in."
  • "And so what the surgery was supposed to do was to realign the eyes in their orbits by taking the eye muscles, shortening some of them, reattaching them to the eye orbit to, you know, kind of reorient where the eye sat."