Definition of reprogram in English:

reprogram

Translate reprogram into Spanish

transitive verbtransitive verb reprograms, transitive verb reprogramming, transitive verb reprogrammed, transitive verb reprograming, transitive verb reprogramed

(also British reprogramme)
[with object]
  • Program (a computer or something likened to one) again or differently.

    ‘The keyboard ships with driver and control software, which allows you to reprogram some of the keys, but not all of them.’
    • ‘Since tags can be reprogrammed, a thief could enter a store, scan the ID of a tag on a $50 VCR, program this ID into his own tag and affix that tag to a $500 unit.’
    • ‘When the rules changed, we reprogrammed the Fortran simulation model, tested it, and then put it on the server.’

Pronunciation

reprogram

/ˌrēˈprōˌɡram/ /ˌriˈproʊˌɡræm/