re-escalate

re-escalate

(riːˈɛskəˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
to escalate again
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Website interactions can be augmented with additional self-service solutions such as chatbots or re-escalate to voice, video and co-browsing for an enhanced, omnichannel customer experience.
He said the country did not need another brutal conflict where hundreds of thousands of people perished in the North as well as in the South, in a long painful 26 years and the on-going initiative was to eliminate the residual conditions that would re-escalate into a bloody war.
He added that "Israel aims to re-escalate the situation in the Palestinian territories".
These preconditions can not only bring down the negotiation process, but also re-escalate the tension and confrontation, which is unacceptable," the President said.
The April escalation was a vivid reminder to us all that the status quo, which has been acknowledged as unsustainable and unacceptable by the international community, is dangerous and has the potential to re-escalate at any time with unpredictable consequences.