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re·ap·prais·al

 (rē′ə-prā′zəl)
n.
A new appraisal or evaluation.

reappraisal

(ˌriːəˈpreɪzəl)
n
the assessment or estimation again of the worth, value, or quality of a person or thing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reappraisal - a new appraisal or evaluationreappraisal - a new appraisal or evaluation  
appraisal, assessment - the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
stocktaking, stock-taking - reappraisal of a situation or position or outlook
Translations

reappraisal

[ˈriːəˈpreɪzəl] Nrevaluación f

reappraisal

[ˌriːəˈpreɪzəl] n [ideas, policies, plans] → réévaluation f

reappraisal

n (of situation, problem)Neubeurteilung f; (of author, film etc also)Neubewertung f

reappraisal

[ˌriːəˈpreɪzl] nriesame m
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