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reschedule

verb [T] uk   /ˌriːˈʃed.juːl/ us    /-ˈskedʒ.uːl/
to agree a new and later date for something to happen: I rescheduled my doctor's appointment for later in the week. specialized finance & economics to agree that money owed can be paid back at a later date: Banks have rescheduled the debts of many Third-World countries .
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