Definition of rephrase in English:

rephrase

Syllabification: re·phrase
Pronunciation: /rēˈfrāz
 
/

verb

[with object]
  • Express (an idea or question) in an alternative way, especially with the purpose of changing the detail or perspective of the original idea or question: rephrase the statement so that it is clear
    More example sentences
    • Aunt Patty asked, rephrasing the question slightly.
    • Twenty years on, scholars are rephrasing Darnton's initial question, ‘what is the history of books?’
    • Fayd asked, rephrasing his question carefully.
    Synonyms
    reword, recast, put in other words, express differently, paraphrase

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