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reshuffle

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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ shuffle

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VerbEdit

reshuffle (third-person singular simple present reshuffles, present participle reshuffling, simple past and past participle reshuffled)

  1. to shuffle something again, especially playing cards
  2. to reorganize or rearrange something, especially government posts

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NounEdit

reshuffle (plural reshuffles)

  1. an instance of reshuffling, a reorganization
    • 2011 January 18, David Dulin, “Cardiff 0 - 2 Stoke”, BBC:
      Danny Higginbotham was the only survivor from the weekend win over Bolton - but the Stoke captain lasted just 10 minutes before being forced off injured. That meant a reshuffle to the visitors' defence who were the busier in a lacklustre first half.

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