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re-engineeringnoun [S or U]

(also reengineering) uk   us  
PRODUCTION the ​process of ​changing and ​improving the ​design of a ​product or ​system: GM expects ​productivitygains to come from a re-engineering that ​reduces the ​number of ​parts going into the ​car.
MANAGEMENT the ​process of ​changing and ​improving the way a ​companyworks, the way a ​job is done, etc.: They have ​applied these ​principles to a complex ​process of ​business re-engineering.
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