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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of redeployment

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of redeployment:
/ɹidɪplojmənt/

Derived Form of redeployment

noun
plural: redeployments
Noun
1
the withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively
Synonymsredisposition,
Type ofdeployment,
See alsoredeploy,

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  1. A huge redeployment like this, right in front of the enemy, was high-risk.
  2. But the enemy was kept busy, while Fourth Corps completed its redeployment and forced
  3. STRATEGIC REDEPLOYMENT AND THEN
  4. redeployment really put the Armed forces in
  5. Flexible and the redeployment sent them to ground. They didn't know particularly well and hadn't necessarily
  6. war in Afghanistan and the U.S. redeployment of medium-range missiles
  7. so you're talking points not sense there is a place a redeployment strategy would not
  8. there will be massive redeployment 53%
  9. BASICALLY, THE REDEPLOYMENT OF THE
  10. REDEPLOYMENT OF THE WEBSITE, THE INTEGRATION
  11. was supportive of ``a short-term redeployment or surge of American
  12. Similar in case of future surplus know then we have to see with the plan for redeployment
  13. the Duke ordered a redeployment of his forces to draw the Swiss square away. When he did
  14. essential for quick deployment during Marita, as well as quick redeployment to get the men
  15. last year president obama authorized a major redeployment by the u_s_ military
  16. It would take two or three weeks of redeployment to properly reinforce them.
  17. He lost that eye forever, and was sent back to England for treatment and redeployment.
  18. this rapid and significant redeployment of our city forces during this time we
  19. procedures, were basically pulled into a redeployment pool and these staff are now used to take
  20. Dr. Chandran, our Dean for medical education is overseeing the redeployment of our students