Definition of reteach in English:

reteach

Line breaks: re|teach
Pronunciation: /riːˈtiːtʃ
 
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verb (past and past participle retaught)

[with object]
Teach (someone or something) again: the old woman in the fairy tale reteaches us how it is done
More example sentences
  • Teach these tools during orientation and reteach them continuously throughout ongoing training at staff meetings during the summer.
  • We began new math electives to reteach basic skills.
  • The politics of behaviour is essentially about how we reteach these common decencies.

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