[ UK /ɹɪstɹˈʌkt‍ʃɐ/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈstɹəktʃɝ/ ]
  1. construct or form anew or provide with a new structure
    After his accident, he had to restructure his life
    The governing board was reconstituted
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How To Use restructure In A Sentence

  • The firms restructured in different ways. Times, Sunday Times
  • Perhaps most of China's enterprises companies are at the state of arterialize sociality, which means taking time to learn, organize, restructure.
  • In order to enhance ideological education it is of much importance to restructure a life philosophical system and to achieve the integration of ideological education with behavioral accomplishment.
  • The company has restructured an incentive scheme to reflect the changed economic environment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The government restructured the coal industry before selling it to private owners.
  • The President called on educators and politicians to help him restructure American education.
  • Falling profits made it necessary to restructure the business.
  • The government restructured the tax base to place greater emphasis on indirect taxes (duties, tariffs, excise taxes, and state-owned monopolies over sales of salt and tobacco) rather than on the peasant-based taille.
  • Since British Energy, the nuclear-power generator, was restructured and its shares were relisted at the start of the year, it has attracted a shrewd following.
  • He remains adamant that he won't restructure his contract to make it easier for the team to trade him.
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