To orientate anew; to cause to face a different direction.(verb)
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Use "reorientate" in a sentence
"The 20 challenges themselves are outlined in this table, grouped into ways in which to raise public awareness; to strengthen legislation and policies; to modify risk factors; to engage businesses and communities; to reduce health impacts of poverty and urbanization; and to "reorientate" health systems."
"Dr Forster, who has been Bishop of Chester since 1996, is a conservative who was once investigated by police after he suggested that homosexuals should "reorientate" themselves through psychiatric help."
"It is probably true to say that in any long-term relationship a fault line will appear at some point as the individuals are bound to change, develop, and reorientate themselves."