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recalibrate

Line breaks: re|cali¦brate
Pronunciation: /riˈkalɪbreɪt
 
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Definition of recalibrate in English:

verb

[with object]
Calibrate (something) again or differently: the sensors had to be recalibrated
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  • Well, you know, they had hoped to recalibrate their message this week.
  • The president now saying he wishes he had recalibrated some words.
  • However, with the admission of young women, many traditions died or had to be recalibrated to accommodate them.

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