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re·shuf·fle

 (rē-shŭf′əl)
tr.v. re·shuf·fled, re·shuf·fling, re·shuf·fles
1. To shuffle again: reshuffle cards.
2. To arrange or organize anew: The president reshuffled the advisory committee.

re·shuf′fle n.

reshuffle

(riːˈʃʌfəl)
n
1. an act of shuffling again
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a reorganization, esp of jobs within a government or cabinet
vb
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to carry out a reshuffle (on)

reshuffle


Past participle: reshuffled
Gerund: reshuffling

Imperative
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reshuffle
Present
I reshuffle
you reshuffle
he/she/it reshuffles
we reshuffle
you reshuffle
they reshuffle
Preterite
I reshuffled
you reshuffled
he/she/it reshuffled
we reshuffled
you reshuffled
they reshuffled
Present Continuous
I am reshuffling
you are reshuffling
he/she/it is reshuffling
we are reshuffling
you are reshuffling
they are reshuffling
Present Perfect
I have reshuffled
you have reshuffled
he/she/it has reshuffled
we have reshuffled
you have reshuffled
they have reshuffled
Past Continuous
I was reshuffling
you were reshuffling
he/she/it was reshuffling
we were reshuffling
you were reshuffling
they were reshuffling
Past Perfect
I had reshuffled
you had reshuffled
he/she/it had reshuffled
we had reshuffled
you had reshuffled
they had reshuffled
Future
I will reshuffle
you will reshuffle
he/she/it will reshuffle
we will reshuffle
you will reshuffle
they will reshuffle
Future Perfect
I will have reshuffled
you will have reshuffled
he/she/it will have reshuffled
we will have reshuffled
you will have reshuffled
they will have reshuffled
Future Continuous
I will be reshuffling
you will be reshuffling
he/she/it will be reshuffling
we will be reshuffling
you will be reshuffling
they will be reshuffling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reshuffling
you have been reshuffling
he/she/it has been reshuffling
we have been reshuffling
you have been reshuffling
they have been reshuffling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reshuffling
you will have been reshuffling
he/she/it will have been reshuffling
we will have been reshuffling
you will have been reshuffling
they will have been reshuffling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reshuffling
you had been reshuffling
he/she/it had been reshuffling
we had been reshuffling
you had been reshuffling
they had been reshuffling
Conditional
I would reshuffle
you would reshuffle
he/she/it would reshuffle
we would reshuffle
you would reshuffle
they would reshuffle
Past Conditional
I would have reshuffled
you would have reshuffled
he/she/it would have reshuffled
we would have reshuffled
you would have reshuffled
they would have reshuffled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reshuffle - a redistribution of something; "there was a reshuffle of cabinet officers"
reallotment, reapportionment, reallocation - a new apportionment (especially a new apportionment of congressional seats in the United States on the basis of census results)
2.reshuffle - shuffling again; "the gambler demanded a reshuffle"
shuffle, shuffling, make - the act of mixing cards haphazardly
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
Verb1.reshuffle - shuffle again; "So as to prevent cheating, he was asked to reshuffle the cards"
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
shuffle, mix, ruffle - mix so as to make a random order or arrangement; "shuffle the cards"
2.reshuffle - reorganize and assign posts to different people; "The new Prime Minister reshuffled his cabinet"
rearrange - put into a new order or arrangement; "Please rearrange these files"; "rearrange the furniture in my room"

reshuffle

verb
1. reorganize, restructure, revise, shake up (informal), rearrange, interchange, regroup, redistribute, change around, realign, change the line-up of The Prime Minister plans to reshuffle his entire cabinet.
Translations

reshuffle

[ˈriːˈʃʌfl]
A. N (Pol) → remodelación f
Cabinet reshuffleremodelación f del gabinete
B. VT
1. [+ cards] → volver a barajar
2. [+ cabinet, board of directors] → remodelar

reshuffle

[ˈriːʃʌfəl] (mainly British)
n (also Cabinet reshuffle) → remaniement m (ministériel)
[ˌriːˈʃʌfəl] vt [+ Cabinet] → remanier
to reshuffle the Cabinet → remanier le gouvernement

reshuffle

vt cardsneu mischen; (fig) Cabinetumbilden; board of directorsumbilden, umbesetzen
n (of cards)erneutes Mischen; (fig: of board) → Umbesetzung f, → Umbildung f; cabinet reshuffle (Brit Pol) → Kabinettsumbildung f

reshuffle

[ˌriːˈʃʌfl] n Cabinet reshuffle (Pol) → rimpasto ministeriale
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