Definition of regrade in English:

regrade

Line breaks: re|grade
Pronunciation: /riːˈɡreɪd
 
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verb

[with object] (often as noun regrading)
Grade again or differently: a demand for a regrading of pay levels
More example sentences
  • Transfer and regrading applications are certain to command a significant deal of time, and it remains to be seen if any of the mounting speculation concerning some high profile transfers has had any real substance.
  • We are no longer required as we are too expensive - even though we have had no pay regrading for over a decade.
  • The maximum number of players regraded in the following year will be three, with teams not regraded short of at least two years in a grade.

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