rewire

[ree-wahyuhr]
verb (used with object), rewired, rewiring.
1.
to provide with new wiring: to rewire a house.
verb (used without object), rewired, rewiring.
2.
to install new wiring.

Origin:
1900–05; re- + wire

rewirable, adjective
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rewire (riːˈwaɪə)
 
vb
(tr) to provide (a house, engine, etc) with new wiring
 
re'wirable
 
adj

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Example sentences
The window in which experience can best rewire those connections is highly
  specific to each brain area.
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