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To reposition an object means to move it to another place or to change its position. It is not possible to reposition the carpet without damaging it
{i} act of restoring to a former condition
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depositing in a warehouse
place into another position
To reposition something such as a product or service means to try to interest more or different people in it, for example by changing certain things about it or the way it is marketed. The sell-off is aimed at repositioning the company as a publisher principally of business information Mazda needs to reposition itself if it is to boost its sales and reputation
The act of repositing; a laying up
{f} restore to a former condition; move into a new position; devise a new marketing plan for a product in order to increase sales
To change the product positioning, either on failure of the original positioning or to react to changes in the marketplace Most frequently accomplished solely through changing the marketing mix
change place or direction; "Shift one's position"
Repositioning
(Reklam) Communications activities to give an existing product a new position in customers' minds and so expanding or otherwise altering its potential market. Many potentially valuable products lead an obscure existence because they were launched or positioned in an inadequate manner. It is almost always possible to enhance the value of such products by repositioning them
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past of reposition
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The process of strategically changing the perceptions surrounding a product or service
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Changing how consumer perceive a brand's characteristics relative of those of competitive offerings
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The act of moving a vessel, such as a cruise ship, from one area to another, usually at a specific time of year, to maximize efficiency of use See also positioning
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changing the placement of a company, its products or services in a market category or in relation to its competition retraction: media correction of information previously and erroneously reported running columns: regularly appearing articles of a specific theme or topic in a publication sans serif/serif: these terms apply to typeface and whether a particular typeface has “tails” on it or not Serif typefaces have “tails” on them Times Roman is an example of a serif typeface Sans serif typefaces have no tails; Arial and Helvetica are examples of sans serif typefaces
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present participle of reposition
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the act of placing in a new position
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Changing the product positioning, either on failure of the original positioning or to react to changes in the marketplace
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The act of moving a vessel, such as a cruise ship, from one area to another, usually at a specific time of year, to maximize efficiency of use
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Operation in turret press fabrication denoting the release of the workholders, movement of the X axis to a new position on the workpiece, and the regripping of the workpiece so that a sheet larger than the X axis table travel can be fabricated, all under computer numeric control
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Vessel moves to a new area for a new season (i e Alaska in the Summer to the Caribbean in the Winter)
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Any change in body position that removes pressure from tissue overlying bony prominences Periodic repositioning of chair-bound and bed-fast individuals is one of the most basic and frequently used methods of pressure reduction The overall goal of repositioning is to allow tissue reperfusion prior to ischemic tissue changes Repositioning implies a sustained relief of pressure, not just a temporary shift Recommendations for frequency of repositioning and specific repositioning techniques can be found in the body of this document Recommendations should be individualized according to the level of risk and specific goals of the patient
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The process of changing an image's placement within a graphic
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