reschedule

[ree-skej-ool, -ool, -oo-uhl; British ree-shed-yool, -shej-ool]
verb (used with object), rescheduled, rescheduling.
1.
to schedule for another or later time: to reschedule a baseball game because of rain.
2.
(of a loan) to extend the time for repaying, often granting concessions on interest rates, amount of payments, etc.: to reschedule debts from developing countries.

Origin:
1965–70; re- + schedule

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reschedule (riːˈʃɛdjuːl, (esp US) -skɛdʒʊəl)
 
vb
1.  to change the time, date, or schedule of
2.  to arrange a revised schedule for repayment of (a debt)

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reschedule
1966, from re- "back, again" + schedule (v.).
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Example sentences
They ordered her to rest her voice and reschedule several performances.
She missed the appointment and could not get through on the phone to reschedule.
There was no immediate word on when, or if, he might reschedule.
If both parties are not in agreement to reschedule the mediation, the mediation
  appointment will continue as scheduled.
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