Definition of Reposition

1. Noun. Depositing in a warehouse. "Publishers reduced print runs to cut down the cost of warehousing"

Exact synonyms: Repositing, Storage, Warehousing
Generic synonyms: Deposit, Deposition
Specialized synonyms: Stockpiling
Derivative terms: Reposit, Reposit, Warehouse



2. Verb. Change place or direction. "Shift one's position"
Exact synonyms: Dislodge, Shift
Generic synonyms: Displace, Move
Specialized synonyms: Beat Down
Derivative terms: Shift, Shifting

3. Verb. Place into another position.
Generic synonyms: Lay, Place, Pose, Position, Put, Set
Specialized synonyms: Reduce
Derivative terms: Repositioning

Definition of Reposition

1. n. The act of repositing; a laying up.

Definition of Reposition

1. Verb. To put into a new position ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reposition

1. position [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: position

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reposition

reposed
reposedly
reposeful
reposefully
reposefulness
reposefulnesses
reposer
reposers
reposes
reposest
reposeth
reposing
reposit
reposited
repositing
reposition (current term)
repositionable
repositioned
repositioner
repositioners
repositioning
repositionings
repositions
repositor
repositories
repository
reposits
repossess
repossessed
repossesses

Literary usage of Reposition

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Practice of Obstetrics: Designed for the Use of Students and by James Clifton Edgar (1916)
"reposition can usually be effected by placing the woman on the side opposite that of the prolapse, I Ind when the head is allowed to re-engage the obstacle ..."

2. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1907)
"Immediate reposition and packing of lower uterine segment and vagina. ... reposition, rubber drain through tear. Death after nineteen days, peritonitis. 70. ..."

3. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1913)
"2 cases Total No. cases 35 Of the 19 cases in which the corpus was amputated, in three instances reposition of the cervical stump was spontaneous. ..."

4. A System of Gynaecology by Thomas Clifford Allbutt, William Smoult Playfair (1896)
"(6) Bimanual reposition.—When a patient has been chloroformed for the purpose of careful diagnosis the best method of reposition is by the bimanual ..."

5. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1882)
"Vote by Ur. Justice Johnson, on the reposition of the phrase "ex pott facto" to the ... reposition ..."

6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1880)
"the effort of reposition. The favourable times would appear to be : 1st, immediately after the accident, and before the cervix has become contracted ; 2d, ..."

7. The Medical Times and Gazette (1885)
"Had reposition been attempted, peritonitis would have been induced. ... It is possible that in some cases reposition •may be indicated ; but Dr. ..."

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