German translation of 'reorganize'
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One of the most important decisions was to lighten some of the burdens I was carrying and to reorganize my office.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1995)
Hanuman approached Bardo with a simple, if subtle, plan to reorganize their church.THE BROKEN GOD (1995)
But I'm going to... "She thought, then took a breath: `I'm going to reorganize my whole life to come back here.SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (1995)
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British English: reorganize /riːˈɔːɡəˌnaɪz/ VERB
To reorganize something means to change the way in which it is organized or done.
She wanted to reorganize her life.
- American English: reorganize
- Arabic: يُعْيدُ تَنْظِيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: reorganizar
- Chinese: 改组
- Croatian: reorganizirati
- Czech: reorganizovat
- Danish: reorganisere
- Dutch: reorganiseren
- European Spanish: reorganizar
- Finnish: järjestää uudelleen
- French: réorganiser
- German: umorganisieren
- Greek: αναδιόργωνω
- Italian: riorganizzare
- Japanese: 再編成する
- Korean: 재조직하다
- Norwegian: omorganisere
- Polish: zreorganizować
- European Portuguese: reorganizar
- Romanian: a reorganiza
- Russian: реорганизовывать
- Spanish: reorganizar
- Swedish: omorganisera
- Thai: จัดระบบใหม่ให้ดีขึ้น
- Turkish: yeniden düzenlemek
- Ukrainian: реорганізовувати
- Vietnamese: tổ chức lại
Translation of reorganize from the Collins English to German Dictionary