reevaluate


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Verb1.reevaluate - revise or renew one's assessment
appraise, assess, evaluate, valuate, value, measure - evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"; "access all the factors when taking a risk"

reevaluate

verb
To consider again, especially with the possibility of change:
Translations

reevaluate

vt revalorar, revaluar, volver a evaluar
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Eight years into the economic recovery, 49% of investors in a study released Monday by Dreyfus, a BNY Mellon company, reported that they had yet to reevaluate their investment approach given the possibility of a shifting investment landscape.
Instead of having a conference to reevaluate it, the Vatican should have a conference to examine its conscience as to why no national hierarchy has ever invoked the just war theory to condemn a war its country has been involved in.
The Government of Pakistan and the Parliament of Pakistan have asked for some time to reassess and reevaluate their relationship with the US," he said.
As the year reaches its midpoint, Wilson says it is a good time to reevaluate goals and determine if current strategies are working.
American Forests: In our rounds to reevaluate and remeasure our champions periodically, we recently discovered that our national champion longbeak eucalyptus had been vandalized and is now dead.
Reevaluate investment advisers with respect to the goals.
With an ending that is straight out of left field, When Love Calls, You Better Answer is sure to make readers laugh uncontrollably and reevaluate honesty.
However, what has also been reinforced is that prudent businesses must reevaluate their practices from the worst-case perspective.
Technologies that address issues such as soil conservation (earth), wind power (air), energy (fire), and desalination (water) will help reevaluate and inform contemporary attitudes to age-old elements.
The September 11 terrorist attacks should have been a wake-up call for businesses to reevaluate their insurance coverage.
For that I am immensely grateful, and for that alone, for the way it forces the reader to reevaluate texts and the past, this book deserves praise.