- When the geographical boundries of a U.S. House of Representitives district is changed to even out the population in each district, this is an example of a reapportion.
- When the president revises the budget and changes how the money will be spent, this is an example of a time when he reapportions.
To reapportion is to reallocate or to distribute something in a different way.
to apportion again; specif., to change the geographical distribution of (a legislature) so that each legislator represents approximately the same number of constituents
transitive verbre·ap·por·tioned, re·ap·por·tion·ing, re·ap·por·tions
To distribute anew.
(third-person singular simple present reapportions, present participle reapportioning, simple past and past participle reapportioned)
c 1830 re- +"Ž apportion