re orient

reorient

[ree-awr-ee-ent, -ohr-]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
1.
to orient again or anew.
adjective
2.
Rare. rising anew.

Origin:
1930–35; re- + orient

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reorient (riːˈɔːrɪənt)
 
vb
to adjust or align (something) in a new or different way
 
reorien'tation
 
n

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reorient
1933 (trans.), 1937 (intrans.), from re- "back, again" + orient (v.) (q.v.). Reorientate is recorded from 1933; reorientation is from 1920.
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