rejig
transitive verb (rejigged; rejigging) Date: 1948 chiefly British rejigger

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • rejig — UK US /ˌriːˈdʒɪɡ/ verb [T] ( gg ) UK INFORMAL (US rejigger) ► to make changes to something so that it is better or more suitable for a particular purpose: »Last week Baker rejigged his senior management team. »Many institutions are rejigging… …   Financial and business terms

  • rejig — ► VERB (rejigged, rejigging) chiefly Brit. 1) rearrange. 2) dated refit …   English terms dictionary

  • rejig — UK [rɪˈdʒɪɡ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms rejig : present tense I/you/we/they rejig he/she/it rejigs present participle rejigging past tense rejigged past participle rejigged British informal to arrange something so that it is organized in a …   English dictionary

  • rejig — verb (t) /riˈdʒɪg/ (say ree jig) (rejigged, rejigging) 1. to re equip. 2. to rearrange: to rejig the furniture; to rejig Cabinet posts. –noun /ˈridʒɪg/ (say reejig), /riˈdʒɪg/ (say ree jig) 3. the act of rejigging. 4. a rearrangement. {re + jig1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • rejig — re·jig (rē jĭgʹ) tr.v. Informal re·jigged, re·jig·ging, re·jigs To rejigger: “a series of measures to... rejig the monetary system” (Christian Science Monitor). * * * …   Universalium

  • rejig — re|jig [ri:ˈdʒıg] v BrE re|jig|ger [ri:ˈdʒıgə US ər] AmE past tense and past participle rejigged present participle rejigging [T] informal to arrange or organize something in a different way = ↑reorganize ▪ plans to rejig the schedule …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rejig — [[t]ri͟ːʤɪ̱g[/t]] rejigs, rejigging, rejigged VERB If someone rejigs an organization or a piece of work, they arrange or organize it in a different way, in order to improve it. [BRIT] [V n] The adjustments needed to rejig the industry are… …   English dictionary

  • rejig — BrE rejigger, AmE rejigged, rejigging verb (T) informal to arrange or organize something in a different way, especially in order to make it better, more suitable, more useful etc: Many of his songs are rejigged versions of old Hooker numbers.… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rejig — verb /ɹiˈdʒɪɡ/ To tweak or rearrange …   Wiktionary

  • rejig — verb (rejigs, rejigging, rejigged) Brit. 1》 rearrange (something). 2》 dated re equip with machinery; refit …   English new terms dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”