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reassign to (something)

1. To select someone for or appoint someone to some different position, duty, role, office, etc., or to a different location where a new job, etc., is located. A noun or pronoun is used between "reassign" and "to." They're reassigning me to their office in Hong Kong. We're thinking about reassigning you to the IT department. Would you be interested in that?
2. To redirect something to some other cause, purpose, utility, etc. A noun or pronoun is used between "reassign" and "to." We're reassigning the funding to a different department. The new initiative aims to reassign resources to those schools and teachers that need them most desperately.
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reassign someone to something

to change someone's assignment to something else. I will reassign Jill to a different department. I was reassigned to the accounting department.
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References in classic literature ?
When he had reported himself to the commander of the regiment and had been reassigned to his former squadron, had been on duty and had gone out foraging, when he had again entered into all the little interests of the regiment and felt himself deprived of liberty and bound in one narrow, unchanging frame, he experienced the same sense of peace, of moral support, and the same sense being at home here in his own place, as he had felt under the parental roof.
Jonathan Cebik, who was the executive officer of USS Jimmy Carter, was relieved from his duties and administratively reassigned to another squadron, Stars and Stripes reported.
'This matter was adjourned till today for continuation of hearing but today we heard that it had been reassigned to Justice Aneke for fresh hearing.
He was reassigned to Mindanao at the height of "Oplan Tokhang" in 2017.
The director of the Eastern Visayas regional police has volunteered to be reassigned to other posts to avoid suspicion of conflict of interest as some of his relatives are reportedly running for local posts in the region during the midterm elections.
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde tried to allay fears that policemen involved in kidnap-for-ransom incidents would only be reassigned to other offices, saying that they would be dismissed from the service.
There are numerous instances within the VA where Senior Executive Service (SES) employees used their leadership positions as leverage to be reassigned to another position for their own personal gain, or were reassigned, rather than disciplined, for poor performance.
Edward Carranza was reassigned to Cordillera police, while Chief Supt.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A public prosecutor who was reassigned to another province after publicly speaking out against government-led injustice against his daughter has said the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) overstepped its authority by changing his assignment.
Hasan Ali Benlioilu, a forest guard employed with the Antalya Forestry Directorate, has been reassigned to different positions in the southern province of Antalya three times in the past three months after he posted photos on Facebook showing flooded streets, due to heavy rain, in Antalya's Gundoimui district, according to a report published in the Meydan daily on Friday.
Announced G Colin Stevens was reassigned to the team.
The internet giant had announced in June that it those email addresses, which have been inactive for a year, will be reassigned to new owners.
Manama: Kuwaiti teachers who fail to meet teaching standards will be reassigned to perform clerical work, the education ministry has said.
A company that is considering converting a corporate subsidiary to an LLC should determine whether the EIN will be reassigned to the LLC before filing any state conversion document.
When reports of nearby wormhole blockades reach Barrayar, Miles is reassigned to Imperial Security and told to make contact with the Dendarii Mercenaries, the fleet who know him as Admiral Naismith from their first encounter several years ago (in The Warrior's Apprentice).