reschedule
verb
  1. to arrange a new timetable for something

    Example

    She missed her plane, and all the meetings had to be rescheduled.

  2. to arrange new credit terms for the repayment of a loan

    Example

    Companies which are unable to keep up the interest payments on their loans have asked for their loans to be rescheduled.

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