reschedule - REF

Reschedule (verb):Meaning:To arrange or set a new time or date for an event, appointment, meeting, or activity that was previously planned.

Examples:

  1. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to reschedule the conference to next month.
  2. She called to reschedule her doctor's appointment because of a work commitment.
  3. The flight was delayed, so the airline had to reschedule the passengers' connecting flights.

Synonyms:

  1. Postpone, rearrange, delay.
  2. Reorganize, reset, reallocate.

Antonyms:

  1. Keep, maintain, stick to.
  2. Cancel, abort, discontinue.

Collocations:

  1. Reschedule a meeting: We need to reschedule the meeting to accommodate everyone's availability.
  2. Reschedule an appointment: The dentist's office called to reschedule my appointment for next week.
  3. Reschedule a flight: Passengers were informed that bad weather would require the airline to reschedule the flight.

Idioms:

  1. Time for a reschedule: With unexpected delays, it's time for a reschedule of our plans.

Expressions:

  1. Need to reschedule: If you can't make it, please let us know so we can arrange a reschedule.

Phrases:

  1. Reschedule due to conflicts: The event had to be rescheduled due to conflicts with other engagements.
  2. Request a reschedule: If you need to change the appointment, you can request a reschedule.

Word Family (noun):

  • Rescheduling (noun): The act of rearranging or setting a new time or date for an event or activity.

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