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Definition of "repositioning" [repositioning]

  • Present participle of reposition. (verb)
  • The act by which something is repositioned. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "repositioning" in a sentence
  • "WOODRUFF: Miles, we're being told by the FAA now that this was what they call a repositioning flight, where they were moving the plane from one location to another."
  • "It did not provide details, but said the fund would thus help provide "the basis for the medium-term repositioning of the group.""
  • "In order to put our forces close to every hot spot or danger area in this newly discovered arc of instability, the Pentagon has been proposing -- this is usually called "repositioning" -- many new bases, including at least four and perhaps as many as six permanent ones in Iraq."