Reorder - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌriːˈɔːrdər|  American pronunciation of the word reorder
Brit.  |riːˈɔːdə|  British pronunciation of the word reorder

noun

- a repeated order for the same merchandise

verb

- assign a new order to
- make a new request to be supplied with

Examples

When stock falls to this level it must be reordered from the supplier.

The product has only been on the market ten days and we're already getting reorders.

I had to reorder the shirt because they sent the wrong size.

The book sold out the first day, and the store reordered 500 copies.

Call us when you're ready to reorder.

You need to reorder your priorities.

The coach reordered the batting lineup.

After her husband's death, she reordered her life.

Could you reorder more of this fabric?

The whole system needs reordering.

he's the one who sends out all the new orders and reorders

The store had to reorder the popular CD several times

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: reorder
he/she/it: reorders
present participle: reordering
past tense: reordered
past participle: reordered
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