Adjective "restructure" definition and examples

(Restructure may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/riːˈstrʌktʃə/

Definitions and examples

verb

Organize differently.
  1. 'Further job losses are expected as the co-op restructures its loss-making milk processing operation at the two Mitchelstown, Mallow and Mogeely sites.'
  2. 'Some individuals can buy and sell elements of an organization or otherwise restructure them, for example, and hire and fire individuals.'
  3. 'Much of the credit should go to the research organization for how it restructured itself and its decision-making processes, he suggests.'
  4. 'The way that Poltergeist lingers in the mind is different - the passing of years restructures the film into a wholly personal collage of experiences.'
  5. 'They urge, not that inquirers insulate themselves from social influences, but that they restructure scientific practices to be open to different social influences.'
  6. 'For the purposes of simplifying the differences between these levels, the six levels have been restructured into four levels.'
  7. 'The company has restructured its marketing department and strengthened its sales force.'
  8. 'Patrick had restructured its organization, setting up labor-supply subsidiaries as employers of its unionized workforces.'
  9. 'An East Lancashire computer firm has quelled rumours 50 jobs will be cut when it restructures its sales staff.'
  10. 'Second, David, you might think about restructuring your course.'
  11. 'shareholders and creditors agreed to restructure debts and payment schedules'
  12. 'It is believed that the company's bankers have insisted that it urgently restructure its debt as a condition for securing their continuing support.'
  13. 'Instead of filing for bankruptcy, you should consider contacting a credit counseling service that may be able to help you pay off or restructure your debts without resorting to bankruptcy.'
  14. 'We recently restructured our debt into a fixed-term loan and we now have our debt under control,’ said McKenna.'

More definitions

1. to change, alter, or restore the structure of: to restructure a broken nose.

2. to effect a fundamental change in (as an organization or system).

3. to recombine (bits of inexpensive meats), especially by mechanical means, into simulated steaks, fillets, etc. verb (used without object), restructured, restructuring.

4. to restructure something. noun

5. the act or an instance of restructuring.

More examples(as adjective)

"companies can be restructure in/at/on ses."

"companies can be restructure in ses."

"companies can be restructure."