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Definition of "reprogramming" [reprogramming]

  • Present participle of reprogram. (verb)
  • Present participle of reprogramme. (verb)
  • The process of changing the programming of a system or device (noun)
  • The erasure and reestablishment of DNA methylation during mammalian development (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reprogramming" in a sentence
  • "In past years, when it went over budget, the Corps shifted money from other projects to cover dredging, in what it calls "reprogramming.""
  • "The whole field of stem cell research and tissue reprogramming is very dynamic."
  • "The $5.8 million that the District needs to buy the land was tied up in a "reprogramming" -"