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rehandle

Line breaks: re|han¦dle
Pronunciation: /riːˈhand(ə)l
 
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Definition of rehandle in English:

verb

[with object]
Handle or treat (something) again or differently: rehandling the old themes of Oedipus and Agamemnon
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  • We wanted to eliminate rehandling, which is costly and can lead to mistakes.
  • A similar hesitation over the baptism of Jesus by John can be discerned in Luke's rehandling of Mark's account of the baptism of Jesus.
  • The tag will continue to identify and provide valuable information about a tagged fish throughout its lifetime without the need to rehandle the fish.

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