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English definition of “reassign”
/ˌriːəˈsaɪn/ verb [T]
› WORKPLACE, HR to give an employee a different job, or to arrange for an employee to work in a different place: It is unclear if the district will hire more mental-health professionals or reassign existing personnel. She has been reassigned to the U.S. embassy in Paris for a six-month period.
› LAW to decide that a legal matter will be dealt with by a different judge or police department: The Justice Department took the unusual step of reassigning the investigation.be reassigned to sb By order of the Appeals Court, the case will be reassigned to another judge.