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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.
1. an act of shuffling again
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a reorganization, esp of jobs within a government or cabinet
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to carry out a reshuffle (on)
Past participle: reshuffled
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|Noun||1.||reshuffle - a redistribution of something; "there was a reshuffle of cabinet officers"|
|2.||reshuffle - shuffling again; "the gambler demanded a reshuffle"|
|Verb||1.||reshuffle - shuffle again; "So as to prevent cheating, he was asked to reshuffle 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"