[ US /ɹiˈskɛdʒuɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪst‍ʃˈɛdjuːl/ ]
  1. assign a new time and place for an event
    We had to reschedule the doctor's appointment
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How To Use reschedule In A Sentence

  • On July 15 or if rescheduled, the harsh Appeals Court message will weigh heavily on Judge Koeltl when he resentences. highlights the concern, saying: Dissident Voice
  • The press conference had to be rescheduled for March 19.
  • He said: 'We requested that our mortgage and bank loan were rescheduled to temporarily reduce our outgoings until we got the problem sorted out. The Sun
  • But if, for some reason, you decide not to see Martin, please give me a call and we can reschedule our next session for its regular time.
  • Both student unions are hopeful that they can successfully reschedule the event for the near future.
  • An hour into the meeting, I could see that we were getting nowhere and I suggested that we reschedule the meeting to another day.
  • ‘We are hoping to reschedule the match for sometime in April,’ said the promoter.
  • He called on the government to help reschedule loan repayments for those businesses with solid operations and good credit.
  • The latter meeting has been rescheduled for next Sunday. The Sun
  • If you receive a call for an interview by phone and the room is not conducive to conversation, kindly ask to reschedule the interview.
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