Definition of redetermine in English:

redetermine

Syllabification: re·de·ter·mine
Pronunciation: /ˌrēdiˈtərmən
 
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verb

[with object]
Determine (something) again or differently.
More example sentences
  • Anticipated principal reductions for the next five years are difficult to determine because the interest rate and monthly payments are redetermined periodically.
  • It is all up in the air until the AAT redetermines the matter.
  • It redetermined the matter, I think, in your absence, adverse to you, and you did not then prosecute any appeal from that decision to the Federal Court.

Derivatives

redetermination

Pronunciation: /-ˌtərməˈnāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • Of the three cases before the court, one was remitted for redetermination.
  • The decision letter constitutes a redetermination of a planning appeal, where the initial decision was previously quashed by the Court on grounds irrelevant to the present proceedings.
  • However, for all the reasons which I have given, this appeal will be allowed and the matter remitted to the Secretary of State for his redetermination.

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