Kathleen's doctor's office was very accommodating when she needed to reschedule her appointment.
An example of reschedule is to move a Monday doctor's appointment to Friday.
transitive verb-·uled, -·ul·ing
- to schedule again or anew
- to adjust the terms of (a loan), as by extending the period over which the borrower may make payments
transitive verbre·sched·uled, re·sched·ul·ing, re·sched·ules
(third-person singular simple present reschedules, present participle rescheduling, simple past and past participle rescheduled)
re- +"Ž schedule