Definition of recheck in English:

recheck

Syllabification: re·check

verb

Pronunciation: /rēˈCHek
 
/
[with object]
Check or verify again: recheck all the wiring
More example sentences
  • I'd spent a lot of time checking and rechecking the answers.
  • As I entered, checked and rechecked the titles and names, my main concern was spelling and correct typeface and color.
  • She'd been waiting impatiently at the door for almost twenty minutes, constantly checking and rechecking herself in the entryway mirror.

noun

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An act of checking or verifying something again: a recheck of the data
More example sentences
  • Though the barrage of checks and rechecks can get annoying, it doesn't bother me; anything in order to fly safely.
  • Advice on exam rechecks, as well as information on further education and job opportunities will also be provided.
  • The results of rechecks are expected to be made available in early October.

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