Definition of “reshuffle” - English Dictionary

“reshuffle” in British English

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reshufflenoun [ C ]

uk /ˈriːˌʃʌf.əl/ us /ˈriːˌʃʌf.əl/ mainly UK US usually shuffle

an occasion when the positions of people or things within a particular group are changed:

They expect a Cabinet reshuffle in the summer.
a government/management reshuffle

reshuffleverb [ T ]

uk /ˌriːˈʃʌf.əl/ us /ˌriːˈʃʌf.əl/

(Definition of “reshuffle” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“reshuffle” in American English

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reshuffleverb [ T ]

us /riˈʃʌf·əl/

to change the positions of people or things within a group:

It is rumored that the president will reshuffle his Cabinet.

(Definition of “reshuffle” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

“reshuffle” in Business English

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reshufflenoun [ C ]

uk /ˌriːˈʃʌfl/ us GOVERNMENT, HR, MANAGEMENT

an occasion when people's positions in an organization or group are changed around:

a government/cabinet reshuffle His departure would trigger a cabinet reshuffle, which could spark renewed conflict within the ruling party.
A management reshuffle should help the company.
The move has triggered a reshuffle of responsibilities among some of the group's most senior executives.

reshuffleverb [ T ]

uk /ˌriːˈʃʌfl/ us GOVERNMENT, HR, MANAGEMENT

to change around people's positions in an organization or group:

After the election, the prime minister will reshuffle her government.
He has already reshuffled top management.

(Definition of “reshuffle” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)