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respecify Line breaks: re|specify
Pronunciation: /riːˈspɛsɪfʌɪ/

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Definition of respecify in English:

verb (respecifies, respecifying, respecified)

[with object]
Specify again or differently.
Example sentences
  • Every five periods, the landscape is perturbed by respecifying a new random draw for the fitness contribution of eight of the ten policy choices.
  • Behind the late twentieth century reviving and respecifying of the place of Afro-Antiguans and Barbudans in the cultural life of the society, is a history of race/ethnic relations that systematically excluded them.
  • Instead, he respecified his project at a level of abstraction that escaped having to decide between the two.

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