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transitive verbrejigged, rejigging
- Technicians are feverishly rejigging the machine en route.
- The machines are capable of making customized panels, all different, without pausing to rejig.
2informal(proposal/budget/schedule) hacerle ajustes a
- It just meant a little inconvenience and rejigging a production line.
- Just switch it off and start again doing the same, slightly rejigged thing.
- He believes the whole Family Law system needs to be rejigged to encourage more such arrangements.
- Kurt reckons that by not making phones and rejigging the consumer division he could save £1 billion a year.
- Or maybe he can rejig it, to show how evil this pair were, and how they deserved what they got.
- The glory days of manufacturing in Germany or high-tech silicon-chip makers in the US will not be restored by rejigging currency exchange rates in the dollar's favour, Rogoff said.
- So we rejigged the media specifications to take cost out.
- But we are classed as a proper railway and now have to fund this extra money quickly by rejigging the budgets because we cannot operate without insurance.
- The great thing about computers is you can retrieve and reassemble, like rejigging the archive and coming up with new works.
- He said: ‘Decisions over Richard and Mark had to be made in order to rejig finances and use them elsewhere but they were the hardest decisions to make.’
- Its creators say they've made changes based on criticisms they received the first time around, tweaking a few songs, adding some gore and rejigging the set to free up some space on stage.
- The success of the show came despite organisers having to rejig the siting of dozens of trade stands, after recent rain left the grassland alongside the runway too sodden for them to be set up.
- ‘You can rejig the brand values to a certain extent, but it's a difficult place to be,’ he said.
- I thought we had a good system that couldn't be beaten but we had to rejig the company away from stationery and into bespoke printing services.
- Le Guen had rejigged his team significantly after two draws with Dundee United and Dunfermline had exposed some early glitches.
- Focusing your camera on ‘the real thing’ meant taking something from someone else, and rejigging it for your own purposes.
- A couple of months back it rejigged its support policies, the intent being to split free ‘consumer’ products from paid for business/professional.
- By the time you're at election day it's really too late to start rejigging any tactics or resources anyway.
- The main studio has been rejigged to increase its potential audience from some 400 seats to 900.
- As Jordan says, the tournament can't afford much more rejigging.
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