v. re·de·ployed, re·de·ploy·ing, re·de·ploys
1. To deploy (personnel, especially military forces) to a different place or on a different assignment.
2. To put to a different use or action; deploy in a different way: redeploy the company's resources.
To be deployed to a different area or assignment.
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