What does reroute mean?

Definitions for reroute
riˈrut, -ˈraʊtreroute

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  1. rerouteverb

    To change the route taken by something

    We'll have to reroute some buses to avoid the construction work.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of reroute in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of reroute in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of reroute in a Sentence

  1. Casey Murray:

    We don't want the company canceling flights. We don't want the company hiring more people to fill in an inefficient scheduling process, until the company corrects some of these issues with how they schedule and reroute pilots and flight attendants, we're going to continue to see these issues next week and over the holidays. That's what we want to see avoided.

  2. Carlos Whittaker:

    I was super bummed that morning and had to reroute to Atlanta. As I was walking through the concourse, I heard someone playing the piano, and I just had to walk by them, there was Tonee, going down and going to town and I knew I just had to stay there.

  3. Ethan Brown:

    We're repurposing lines that were running for food service to retail ... So this is not about just waiting this out, it's about how do we reroute to get to the consumer.

  4. Alessio Patalano:

    During the period of time in question, ships and aircraft will likely reroute to avoid the area, but this is one primary objective of the chosen locations : create disruption, discomfort, and fear of worse to come.

  5. Angie Thompson:

    We have neighbors that have lost their entire home, one person in particular lost everything, and every time they’d get it under control, something else would happen, and the water would reroute and come back right through the family’s home.

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