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Definition of "reprogrammed" [reprogrammed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of reprogram. (verb)
  • That has been subject to reprogramming (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reprogrammed" in a sentence
  • "Nohl elicited a laugh from the audience of hackers when he called the reprogrammed network-sniffing phones "GSM debugging devices.""
  • "We looked at losses programs that have been delayed and or programs that have been what we are calling reprogrammed by the government."
  • "The SSB was created using "reprogrammed" funds "without explicit congressional authority or appropriation," according to the"
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