Definitions of "reapportion"
  1. This refers to the action of redistributing or reallocating something that was previously divided
  2. This is the process of forming a new division or distribution, usually of resources, seats, or territories
How to use "reapportion" in a sentence
  1. After the census data was released, the government had to reapportion the legislative seats based on new demographics.
  2. The company had to reapportion the tasks among its employees after a major organizational restructuring.
  3. In order to maintain equity, the council decided to reapportion the funding among the different departments.

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