Definition of rejig in English:

rejig

transitive verbtransitive verb rejigs, transitive verb rejigging, transitive verb rejigged

[with object]British
  • 1Organize (something) differently; rejigger.

    • ‘the organizers scrambled frantically to rejig schedules’
    reorganize, alter, adjust, change, change round, reorder, reschedule, rejig, reshuffle
  • 2 dated Re-equip with machinery; refit.

    • ‘Britain will send experts to help rejig French factories’
    renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, rebuild, reconstruct, overhaul, make over

Pronunciation

rejig

/rēˈjiɡ/ /riˈdʒɪɡ/

noun

British
  • A reorganization.

    • ‘a cabinet rejig’

Pronunciation

rejig

/rēˈjiɡ/ /riˈdʒɪɡ/