To reorganize is to change the way something is organized. You might reorganize your closet, your office, or your house.

  • He is reorganizing his office, which is why it's so messy.

  • The company is reorganizing its entire business, which is why it's taking so long.

Definition of reorganize


organize anew


reorganise, shake up


organize anew, as after a setback


regroup, reorganise

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Example Sentences for reorganize

  • 1

    He also fomented the reorganization of the armed forces structure.

  • 2

    It was the result of a reorganization of the company.

  • 3

    That speaks to the need to reorganize the page.

  • 4

    I appreciate the reorganization of the entry.

  • 5

    The airmen began to prepare for the reorganization.

  • 6

    I reorganized the page and tweaked the language.

  • 7

    Reorganize the paragraphs to remove some of the spacing.

  • 8

    He improved the city and reorganized the council.

  • 9

    The adoption of the 1963 constitution reorganized the department.

  • 10

    The top executive reorganized the company matrix.