Definition of reappraise in English:

reappraise

Syllabification: re·ap·praise
Pronunciation: /ˌrēəˈprāz
 
/

verb

[with object]
Appraise or assess (something) again or in a different way: it made me reappraise my attitudes
More example sentences
  • Like a mass feedback system, activists continually have to reappraise the situation to engage with whatever is being protested.
  • There are also signs that senior supporters of Trimble in the party are now reappraising the Good Friday Agreement.
  • This calls for some kind of experience that leads him to reappraise his self-image and re-evaluate his self-esteem.

Derivatives

reappraisal

Pronunciation: /-ˈprāzəl/
noun
More example sentences
  • It was not an occasion for a reappraisal nor a reassessment of the risks.
  • Perhaps we need to revisit what the ‘scientists calling for the reappraisal of HIV hypotheses’ are saying.
  • All these reappraisals suffer from a very important difficulty: lack of reliable information.

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