reorder Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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reorderverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˌriːˈɔːdər/
(also re-order) COMMERCE to ​ask someone to make, ​supply, or ​deliver the same ​goods again: The ​distributor has re-ordered our ​products three ​times in the past two weeks.
to ​change the way in which something is ​organized: The country is ​trying to reorder its ​publicfinances. Whole ​industries and ​markets are being radically reordered by the ​electronicrevolution.
noun [C] (also re-order)
COMMERCE The ​goods are ​kept at a ​distributioncentre until a reorder comes from a ​store.
(Definition of reorder from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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