Definition of re-evaluate in English:

re-evaluate

Syllabification: re-eval·u·ate
Pronunciation: /ˌrēiˈvalyo͞oˌāt
 
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verb

[with object]
Evaluate again or differently: fifteen patients were re-evaluated after six months I began to re-evaluate my life
More example sentences
  • One day after reporting a daily record of 12 deaths, Hong Kong began re-evaluating the drug treatment used in the region, which has seen 88 deaths.
  • Sources said that global insurers have begun once again re-evaluating the risk ratings of the domestic insurance market.
  • The whole approach to individuals suffering from acute stress reactions and post traumatic disorders as a result of their combat experiences was re-evaluated and revised.

Derivatives

re-evaluation

noun
More example sentences
  • Tom Leonard's version of Uncle Vanya has made some careful incisions and linguistic re-evaluations that quicken the pace of Chekhov's great play.
  • So it's inevitable that a critical re-evaluation will happen at some point, but the reason youngsters like the new films is because children have tinier brains and are more easily amused.
  • First, the president threatened to veto any legislation that might force a re-evaluation of the security implications of turning port management over to a Dubai company.

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