[ US /ɹiəˈsɛs/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːɐsˈɛs/ ]
  1. revise or renew one's assessment
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How To Use reassess In A Sentence

  • It has since reassessed the situation and reckons that 0.25 per cent is possible. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is now evident that entering a new decade humanity is undergoing a global reassessment of ideological and political values. The Golden Thread - Asian experiences of post-Raj Britain
  • Agencies that have thought their only remit was to address minority issues must reassess the way they work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Especially on the left, the defeat in 1849 provoked a period of reassessment which, together with the hardship and loneliness of political exile, led to some substantial political realignments.
  • In view of this, previously proposed timescales for evolutionary events may need to be reassessed.
  • The biggest post-election challenge is rebuilding the social justice agenda and its support base while reassessing political alignments.
  • The reassessment is the latest signal that the Obama administration is willing to re-evaluate the health impacts of chemicals that have been in widespread use. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • The recent changes mean that now is the perfect opportunity to reassess home services. Times, Sunday Times
  • After the system is docked, the nurse reassesses the patient's position to ensure that nothing moved or shifted during transfer.
  • The bank is reassessing its criteria for lending money.
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