When you restructure something, you organize it in a different way so it’ll work better, like a practice schedule a coach restructures to get in more morning sessions before a big game.

The verb restructure often refers to a company that is changing the way it operates in order to be more efficient. In many cases, this means laying off employees, closing locations, or working with creditors to change the speed at which debt is repaid. The goal of this kind of restructuring is for the company to stay in business through a rough time in its history.

Definitions of restructure
  1. verb
    construct or form anew or provide with a new structure
    “After his accident, he had to restructure his life”
    synonyms: reconstitute
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    type of:
    give a structure to
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