[ UK /ɹɪklˌæsɪfɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ɹiˌkɫæsəfəˈkeɪʃən/ ]
  1. classifying something again (usually in a new category)
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How To Use reclassification In A Sentence

  • job reclassifications for staff
  • One argument made by proponents of reclassification is that the FCC could exclude broadband providers from the most rigorous requirements of Title II, a process called “forbearence,” that would keep stringent net neutrality rules as a stick in the closet. Be Careful What You Wish For: Broadband Regulation Could Aid Incumbents « Steve Wildstrom on Tech
  • The reclassification came as mounting evidence pointed to its physical and psychological dangers. The Sun
  • He refused, however, to guarantee that he would act on any suggested reclassification. Times, Sunday Times
  • A constitutional challenge on the basis of whether the Republican reclassification of the bill from fiscal to nonfiscal were legal may have a better chance, says Mayer, but "it's not a slam dunk. Top Stories
  • Reclassification is not confined to urban areas. Times, Sunday Times
  • Reclassification of dermal fillers as medicines. The Sun
  • Near the end of the war, the Federal Aviation Administration's reclassification of South Vietnam as a dangerous combat area had the effect of canceling the insurance of any civil aircraft operating there.
  • the report recommended the reclassification of cannabis
  • I agree this reclassification is erronious, but I also see D's trying to trump it up into a talking point. Special Report: You Call This a Wetland?
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