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reshuffle (v.)

1816, in reference to packs of playing cards, "to shuffle again;" by 1890, in reference to organizations, "redistribute" posts or positions; from re- "back, again" + shuffle (v.). Related: Reshuffled; reshuffling. As a noun from 1861 in card-playing.

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Definitions of reshuffle from WordNet
1
reshuffle (v.)
shuffle again;
So as to prevent cheating, he was asked to reshuffle the cards
reshuffle (v.)
reorganize and assign posts to different people;
The new Prime Minister reshuffled his cabinet
2
reshuffle (n.)
a redistribution of something;
there was a reshuffle of cabinet officers
reshuffle (n.)
shuffling again;
the gambler demanded a reshuffle
Synonyms: reshuffling
From wordnet.princeton.edu