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tr.v. re·as·signed, re·as·sign·ing, re·as·signs
1. To assign to a new position, duty, or location: reassigned the ambassador to a new post.
2. To place in a different category or class.

re·as·sign′ment n.
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Noun1.reassignment - assignment to a different dutyreassignment - assignment to a different duty  
assignment, duty assignment - a duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces); "hazardous duty"
secondment - the detachment of a person from their regular organization for temporary assignment elsewhere


n reasignación f; gender — reasignación de género or sexo, cambio de sexo (fam)
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than eight reassignments of a single federal trial court judge.
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The reassignments of Chiefs Mack and Fox allows the department to utilize their individual strengths, skills and abilities in different capacities that will better serve the department and improve the organizational effectiveness and efficiency in the department.
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Headquarters and division employees were also able to express an interest in lateral reassignments to the resource centers.
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78% of Seventh Circuit criminal cases), while a much higher percentage of the circuit's criminal reassignments involve erroneous pretrial rulings (20.
As a result of layoffs and reassignments, the school district has nearly 100 fewer nonteaching employees than it did three years ago, Bowman said.