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Brit. Hear pronunciation
/ˌriːˈdʒɪɡ/, U.S. Hear pronunciation
Reorganization, rearrangement; an instance of this, a restructuring. Cf. reshuffle n.
1965 New Statesman 23 Apr. 630/1 The Sunday Citizen, for all its admitted demerits (which may yet be rectified if still another rejig..is accomplished effectively).
1974 Guardian Weekly 10 Aug. 5/1 The idea of the late-night front page rejig is unknown.
1983 Times 2 July 5/5 The great successes include..a courageous and fascinating rejig of ‘Wichita's’ complicated sonic montage.
1997 Investors Chron. 19 Sept. 63/3 A rejig of its disparate businesses into a divisional structure should also help the workings of the group as a whole.
2002 Empire Dec. 76/2 Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Carlyle's The 51st State finally makes it over to the US of A, with a little rejig.
3. the act or process of rejigging
My house needs a rejig – and so does my brain
Hasenhüttl’s death-or-glory rejig revives Southampton’s menace
Nigel Pearson’s plain speaking and tactical rejig reap rewards at Watford
Empty seats leave Champions Cup licking its wounds and looking at rejig
Index rejig prompts market wobble
We've come from here Siehe auch: to rejig and .
Rejig can be both a verb and a noun in British English. Here's my new entry suggestion for the verb: Siehe auch: to rejig - neu ordnen.
This new entry is for the noun. There isn't so much dictionary evidence as for the verb, but plenty of evidence of it in use in the wild -- 3,000 search results from The Guardian. Very popular in newspaper headlines because it's a lot shorter than 'rearrangement' or 'reorganisation'!
Again, the German side is just a starting point. Suggestions for improvements please!
FWIW, Chambers bietet "rejigger" bzw. "rejigging" als Substantive :
1 to re-equip or refit (a factory, etc).
2 to rearrange or reorganize something.
noun the act of rejigging.
ETYMOLOGY: 1940s. ...