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reposition (verb), repositions; repositioned; repositioning
1. In medicine, the restoration of an organ or body part to its natural placement: Dr. Jackson repositioned her jaws after the car accident.
2. To place or to put in a new arrangement: The family was busy repositioning the furniture in their living room.
3. To update or to change the marketing of a product or service: The manager, Mr. Swift, was striving to reposition the image of the company's products in an effort to increase their sales.
4. Etymology: from Late Latin repositionem the nominative case of repositio; from Latin repositus, the past participle form of reponere, "to put back, to put away"; from re-, "back, away" + ponere, "to put, to place".