transitive verb-·rout′ed, -·rout′ing
When Gerald took a wrong turn, the GPS made adjustments to reroute their trip.
An example of reroute is giving a piece of mail that came to your house by mistake back to the postal service to be returned.
(third-person singular simple present reroutes, present participle rerouting, simple past and past participle rerouted)
- To change the route taken by something
- We'll have to reroute some buses to avoid the construction work.
re- +"Ž route
- Many of us have dreams that never come true, but we can often "reroute" those dreams to still do what we love while benefiting those around us.
- Installing a pocket door will be much harder if you have to reroute ductwork, wiring or plumbing.
- You can calculate short distances and conveniently reroute on the fly.
- Coupon Cabin, which will reroute you to a printable page.