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Definition of reschedule verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    , NAmE//ˌriˈskɛdʒəl//
    Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they reschedule
    he / she / it reschedules
    past simple rescheduled
    -ing form rescheduling
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  1. 1reschedule something (for/to something) reschedule something to do something to change the time at which something has been arranged to happen, especially so that it takes place later The meeting has been rescheduled for next week.
  2. 2reschedule something (finance) to arrange for someone to pay back money that they have borrowed at a later date than was originally agreed to reschedule a loan Repayments on the loan have been rescheduled over 20 years.
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noun [uncountable, singular] the rescheduling of a meeting/debt
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