[ US /ɹiˌæɫəˈkeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːˌæləkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. a share that has been allocated again
  2. a new apportionment (especially a new apportionment of congressional seats in the United States on the basis of census results)
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How To Use reallocation In A Sentence

  • For the UK this would involve fundamental reallocation of military resources, with full withdrawal from Germany as well as from UN work, then resiting in the key states.
  • Even if this unlikely scenario arises, park and ride would not work unless a dedicated bus lane was provided this would require the reallocation of pedestrian footways to road use, which directly contradicts Green Party policy.
  • As a result of land reallocations in the past, partible inheritance practices among landowners resulted in plots of dwindling size in only a few generations.
  • A stock-take of the production facilities, supply chains, human ingenuity and labour available, and a reallocation into project teams to develop different aspects of future automobility. Gavin D. J. Harper: Why the World Needs Green Motors, not General Motors...
  • Forget that's a drop in the bucket of our foreign aid, or that the Republicans would stonewall any reallocation of money to unemployment or the welfare system: The topper is that this was actually an initiative of the George W. Bush Administration as part of its anti-AIDS campaign, one of the few decent things that ol 'W did. Brian Ross: Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert To Turn the Tide on the Tea Party Tehranization of America
  • Richmond created the pool of funds through reallocations from his office and academic units.
  • In a different political context, a reallocation of those budgets could change the health map in the region to more favorable standards.
  • As in the more developed countries, this expansion in productivity comes from improved technologies and the reallocation of resources from lower to higher value activities.
  • Funding for students who reach their limit or who discontinue their studies, whether by completing or withdrawing, is returned to a central pool for reallocation.
  • These adjustments could quickly accelerate into a meaningful reallocation of government spending.
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