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redeploy in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishredeployre‧de‧ploy /ˌriːdɪˈplɔɪ/ verb [transitive]  BEMOVE something OR somebodyto move someone or something to a different place or job There are plans to redeploy 200 employees in the next six months.redeployment noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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redeployHe replaces Berndt Meister, who will be redeployed.We can even take charge of your entire logistics function, so you can redeploy assets, gain flexibility, reduce risk.A company spokesman said yesterday it was not yet clear how many workers could be redeployed elsewhere in the group.Army tanks were redeployed elsewhere in the region.If particular LEAs see fit to alter their priorities and redeploy funds from one area to another, that is their decision.They know the way that the wind is blowing, and would be only too pleased to be redeployed into another trade.He gives fresh orders to his nearest cut-off group to redeploy rapidly.Army unit assigned here last September has already been redeployed to another city, a month sooner than normal.Seafield will be retained for another use and outdoor education staff will be redeployed to remaining centres.