rearrange  再配置する

March 12, 2014 =========
☆ rearrange  再配置する
People using talk about rearranging physical things – such as tables, or furniture. You can also talk about rearranging something such as your schedule, if you cannot make an appointment. There is one more way to use this word that is a little bit more unusual, and that is to talk about rearranging your life to organize your life differently. Here are some example sentences:
She rearranged the furniture while her husband was at work.
The waiter rearranged the tables so that our group could all sit together.
Today’s meeting has been rearranged for March 15.
If you need to cancel or rearrange your appointment please call us.
I can’t believe she rearranged her life to suit his schedule, and then he left her!
He rearranged his working hours so that he could pick his children up from school each day.
Can you use this word in a sentence?