Definition of restate in English:

restate

Syllabification: re·state
Pronunciation: /rēˈstāt
 
/

verb

[with object]
State (something) again or differently, especially in order to correct or to make more clear or convincing: he restated his opposition to abortion [as adjective]: restated earnings
More example sentences
  • It goes on and the clear points are restated clearly, but I won't trouble you with resummarizing them.
  • Clearly, we must restate our conditions to take explicit account of the ways and methods of arriving at belief.
  • Then, instead of attempting to refute it directly, he restates it in significantly different language, setting it in other contexts and suggesting other attitudes or factors that might modify it.

Derivatives

restatement

noun
More example sentences
  • Investors are nervous about corporate earnings being reported and possible restatements, and also nervous about the strength of the economy.
  • The company said further restatements of its accounts may be necessary.
  • George Orwell wrote: ‘We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of civilized men.’

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