- to route or direct (traffic, a road, a river, etc) in a different direction
- to change the direction of (a project, funds, etc)
Example Sentences Including 're-route'
15 June 2004 NEW powers to ban or re-route religious marches are being considered by the Executive, it emerged last night.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
And fourth, re-route the foreign exchange taken out through imports back into the country, passing it off as export earnings.
Business Today (1996)
And senior officers were forced to re-route the Lord Mayor's parade away from the fracas.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
Diplomatic sources said senior US officials being dispatched to the region wanted to win a firm Israeli commitment to re-route the barrier.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
You have to re-route the club on a more inward path on the downswing, thus creating more of a draw shot.
Winning Golf for Women
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