(third-person singular simple present reallocates, present participle reallocating, simple past and past participle reallocated)
- To change the user or purpose for which a resource is allocated.
- I want to reallocate some of my money from stocks to bonds. (I want to sell some of my stocks and use the proceeds to buy bonds to replace them.)
- To allocate again.
- [Appending items one at a time is] still a better deal than concatenation, which reallocates every time.