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Definition of 'reposition'

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He will focus on repositioning its brand in the external world. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He wanted to reposition the brand away from discount to fashion. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For some reason, many of his colleagues detect a whiff of opportunism about his repositioning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We also offer an insight into how fund managers are repositioning their portfolios to take account of the upheavals taking place in the eurozone. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why take a repositioning cruise? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Instead advisers suggest that they should focus on repositioning their investment portfolio to protect themselves against turbulence but also ensure they are ready for a future recovery. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It wasn't about cost; it was about repositioning the business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I have in fact been quite active in the past month, attempting to take advantage of lower share prices and repositioning the portfolio. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you're looking for a cruise that is slightly off beat and significantly cheaper than usual, why not try a repositioning voyage? Times, Sunday Times (2013)As well as providing a proper journey, with long days at sea as on the liners of old, these repositioning cruises offer superb value. Times, Sunday Times (2016)

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