Translation of restructure in Spanish:

restructure

reestructurar, v.

Pronunciation: /riˈstrək(t)ʃər//riːˈstrʌktʃə/

transitive verb

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    (company/course/economy) reestructurar
    (argument) replantear
    (liabilities/debt) reestructurar
    (debt/liabilities) renegociar
    • The company says it has ‘launched a consultation process with staff to restructure the organisation’.
    • ‘And we appointed an interim board to restructure the conference,’ she said.
    • It is believed that the company's bankers have insisted that it urgently restructure its debt as a condition for securing their continuing support.
    • At the end of last year, the organization restructured its membership structure in an effort to raise funds.
    • Further job losses are expected as the co-op restructures its loss-making milk processing operation at the two Mitchelstown, Mallow and Mogeely sites.
    • In order to gain valuable shelf space, many manufacturers are restructuring their organization and making brand managers function as part of a category management team.
    • The company has restructured its marketing department and strengthened its sales force.
    • Further job losses are expected over the coming months as the co-op restructures milk processing from four sites to two or possibly one.
    • One fund manager noted the company is talking more in its presentations about the prospects for its drug products rather than the complications surrounding its debt restructuring.
    • Libraries, too, have experienced fiscal challenges that have forced them to downsize and restructure their organizations.
    • They urge, not that inquirers insulate themselves from social influences, but that they restructure scientific practices to be open to different social influences.
    • In the mid-1980s and within a period of five years, one corporation after the other went into the red and had to be restructured or sold.
    • In order to maintain high standards of umpiring, it regularly restructures the international umpiring panel.
    • An East Lancashire computer firm has quelled rumours 50 jobs will be cut when it restructures its sales staff.
    • When they cannot pay their creditors, debtor nations have little choice but to seek debt restructuring or new loans.
    • Some individuals can buy and sell elements of an organization or otherwise restructure them, for example, and hire and fire individuals.
    • For the purposes of simplifying the differences between these levels, the six levels have been restructured into four levels.
    • In order to do that, the company has restructured its sales organization and has added new members to its board.
    • Much of the credit should go to the research organization for how it restructured itself and its decision-making processes, he suggests.
    • Second, David, you might think about restructuring your course.
    • Patrick had restructured its organization, setting up labor-supply subsidiaries as employers of its unionized workforces.
    • We recently restructured our debt into a fixed-term loan and we now have our debt under control,’ said McKenna.
    • Self-critical, he selects key works to perform at events, then restructures his thinking and approach to play them differently next time round.
    • The way that Poltergeist lingers in the mind is different - the passing of years restructures the film into a wholly personal collage of experiences.
    • 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.