v. t. & i.1.To answer in return; to repay; to compensate; to make amends for.
Which in weight to reanswer, his pettiness would bow under.
- Shak.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Respondents are prompted to reanswer or correct their answers, but unaided Internet surveys may not be as effective as interviews in reducing errors.
To begin the interview, participants were given a random sample of six DIAB items to reanswer. Following that task, the participants were queried about the process of answering each question, including how they interpreted the question substantively, their rationale for selecting an answer, whether that answer was linked to/evoked a specific teaching or learning experience, the respondents' level of certainty, if any part of the question was unclear, and whether they felt the question had real-world relevance.
Police are urging people to be on their guard, saying they should be aware that fraudsters often use techniques to hold phone lines open so they can intercept of reanswer the call.
I in a verbatim manner read the chapter and than the following week rolls around and I read the next chapter and reread the first one and answer and reanswer [sic] the study questions from the previous chapter.
In the paper, the authors applied an approach called stochastic local search to these problems: The AI fills in as many variables as it can, then goes back to erase and reanswer only variables where a constraint violation has taken place.
In the follow-up, one month after the post-test, the samples of the experimental and the control group reanswered Maslach Burnout Inventory.