re-earn

re-earn

(riːˈɜːn)
vb (tr)
to earn again
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"We know we do have work to do to earn and re-earn that trust and we will," he added.
Egypt, though, has to get over its entitlement mindset, as it deserves to be the leader of the Arab world and has to go re-earn that position.
'Together, we'll do everything possible to earn and re-earn that trust and confidence from our customers and the flying public in the weeks and months ahead.
It was a challenge financially but we believe it's the way back, an avenue to bring supporters back to the club and re-earn their trust.
Former head coach Waqar Younis had presented a scathing report after the 2016 World T20 debacle, insisting both players be made to re-earn their places in the national squad with performances in domestic cricket.
"We fully understand that PG&E must re-earn trust and credibility with its customers, regulators, the communities it serves and all of its stakeholders, and we are continuing to make changes that reinforce PG&E's commitment to safety and improvement," the board said in a statement.
"It's not an easy thing and you have to re-earn it every year.
In this new role, Hicks will help journalists re-earn trust from readers.
The Seoul, South Korea, native not only struggled getting accustomed to everyday life in the United States, but he also had to re-earn his Tour card after missing the cut in each of his first six starts in 2013-which came after he already deferred his debut for six months because he wasn't yet old enough to compete (the PGA Tour has a minimum membership age limit of 18 years old, and Kim earned his card at 2012's qualifying school at just 17 years, five months).
Good leaders wake up every day and re-earn their stripes, trying to add value every day, improve every day, get better.
But that may not be enough to re-earn the esteem of advertisers, on whom its Watch project relies.