rearrange

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English - Turkish
{f} yeniden düzenlemek
yeniden düzenle

Alfabeyi yeniden düzenleyebilseydim, U ve I'ı birlikte koyardım. - If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together.

Tom ve Mary oturma odasındaki mobilyaları yeniden düzenlediler. - Tom and Mary rearranged the furniture in their living room.

{f} yeniden düzeltmek
rearrangement yeni düzen
yeniden tanzim etmek
(fiil) yeniden düzeltmek
rearranging
yeniden düzenleme
straighten again; rearrange
tekrar düzeltmek; yeniden düzenlemek
to rearrange
yeniden düzenlemek
English - English
To change the order or arrangement of (one or more items)
to arrange again or in a different order
{f} arrange anew, reorganize, put in order again
If you rearrange things, you change the way in which they are organized or ordered. When she returned, she found Malcolm had rearranged all her furniture
To arrange again; to arrange in a different way
To change the order or arrangement of something
put into a new order or arrangement; "Please rearrange these files"; "rearrange the furniture in my room
If you rearrange a meeting or an appointment, you arrange for it to take place at a different time to that originally intended. You may cancel or rearrange the appointment = reschedule
put into a new order or arrangement; "Please rearrange these files"; "rearrange the furniture in my room"
rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic
To do something pointless or insignificant that will soon be overtaken by events, or that contributes nothing to the solution of a current problem

And then you write, ‘Oh, they're just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.’ First of all, that is a terrible metaphor. This administration is not sinking. This administration is soaring. If anything, they are rearranging the deck chairs on the Hindenburg!.

rearranged
past of rearrange
rearranges
third-person singular of rearrange
rearranging
present participle of rearrange
rearrange

    Hyphenation

    re·ar·range

    Turkish pronunciation

    riıreync

    Pronunciation

    /ˌrēərˈānʤ/ /ˌriːɜrˈeɪnʤ/

    Etymology

    (prefix.) Middle English, from Old French, from Latin re-, red- back, again, against.

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    ... buildings, their skyscrapers, will simply rearrange themselves. ...

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