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re·po·si·tion

(rē'pō-zi'shŭn),
Movement returning palm and fingers from opposed position; opposite of opposition.
Synonym(s): repositio

reposition

(rē′pə-zĭsh′ən, rĕp′ə-)
n.
1. The act of repositing or the condition of being reposited.
2. The return of something, such as a bone, to its proper position.
tr.v. (rē′pə-) reposi·tioned, reposi·tioning, reposi·tions
1. To place or put in a new position; position again.
2. To update or change the marketing of (a product or service).

re·po·si·tion

(rē'pŏ-zish'ŭn)
Movement returning palm and fingers from opposed position; opposite of opposition.
Synonym(s): repositio.

reposition

(rē″pō-zĭsh′ŭn) [L. repositio, a replacing]
Restoration of an organ or tissue to its correct or original position.
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