verb (restudies, restudying, restudied)[with object]
- Study (something) again: I want to restudy all of Beethoven’s sonatasMore example sentences
- He stared at the ceiling of his room, studying and restudying the cracks on it.
- Mahadevan studied and restudied the inscriptions over and over again and found the confusion was not in them but in the minds of those who read them wrongly.
- In 1977, the community was restudied yet again, using the same research instruments but with minor changes.
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- An instance of studying something again: a restudy of a co-educational Roman Catholic comprehensive schoolMore example sentences
- Despite all the talk, mandated restudies, and money - $7.8 billion over 30 years promised (but not allocated) by the Feds and the state of Florida - this is not, as far as I can tell, a restoration plan.
- An intensive restudy of these collections by Mary Simon, however, indicated no drastic change in subsistence during the Moorehead and Sand Prairie phases.
- After restudy of the holotype and some topotypes, however, Xinjiangoceras Wang, 1983 had been suppressed as a junior synonym of the Triassic genus Procarnites Arthaber, 1911.
More definitions of restudyDefinition of restudy in:
- The US English dictionary