re-explain


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re-explain

(ˌriːɪkˈspleɪn)
vb (tr)
to explain again or in a different way
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Verb1.re-explain - interpret from a different viewpoint
rede, interpret - give an interpretation or explanation to
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Many of my professors spent great time with me during their office hours to re-explain what I did not understand during the lecture.
The midwife's knowledge, of her client and the supports and strengths available to her, is particularly important in deciding how to support and when to explain, and re-explain, complex medical information.
Since this experience, I have grown thoughtful about the Writing Center's identity as I have questioned why my work requires me so frequently to explain and re-explain the center within its own institution.
He said: "I don't need to re-explain the context but the UK government has decided that they want to shrink the public realm and there are consequences to that - the only surefire insurance against these things is not to vote for these people.
Every time I attempt to sort it by phoning my bank, I have to be sure I have around two hours to spare, as I have to re-explain it all and there are so many waits on the phone while they try to find solutions.
He explained that for each change of government companies must re-explain proposals and take into account the new minister's views, which slows down any process and stunts development.
If this is the case, make sure to re-explain the embouchure, and in particular the need for cushion from the lower lip.
Rather than have to explain the dialysis options--and re-explain them at the next several visits because traumatized patients have a difficult time absorbing the information --the conversation can begin in an entirely different place, with which options seem to be the best fit, and whether those are clinically or programmatically possible for that person.
Then gently re-explain why the basics are even more important at longer distances.
Patiently re-explain an idea if someone didn't quite get the message earlier.