reconfigure

[ree-kuhn-fig-yer]
verb (used with object), reconfigured, reconfiguring.
to change the shape or formation of; remodel; restructure.

Origin:
1965–70; re- + configure, by back formation from configuration

reconfiguration, noun
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reconfigure (ˌriːkənˈfɪɡə)
 
vb
(tr) to rearrange the elements or settings of (a system, device, computer application, etc)

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Example sentences
He adds that authorities are set to decide by next month whether to reconfigure
  the stockpile.
Another idea would be to reconfigure photosynthesis itself.
Software-defined radios can reconfigure themselves automatically to recognize
  and communicate with each other.
It is possible to reconfigure some parts of this network for different purposes.
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