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re·ap·praise

 (rē′ə-prāz′)
tr.v. re·ap·praised, re·ap·prais·ing, re·ap·prais·es
To make a fresh appraisal or evaluation of.

reappraise

(ˌriːəˈpreɪz)
vb (tr)
to assess the worth, value, or quality of (someone or something) again

reappraise


Past participle: reappraised
Gerund: reappraising

Imperative
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Present
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we reappraise
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Preterite
I reappraised
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we reappraised
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Present Continuous
I am reappraising
you are reappraising
he/she/it is reappraising
we are reappraising
you are reappraising
they are reappraising
Present Perfect
I have reappraised
you have reappraised
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we have reappraised
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they have reappraised
Past Continuous
I was reappraising
you were reappraising
he/she/it was reappraising
we were reappraising
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they were reappraising
Past Perfect
I had reappraised
you had reappraised
he/she/it had reappraised
we had reappraised
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they had reappraised
Future
I will reappraise
you will reappraise
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we will reappraise
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Future Perfect
I will have reappraised
you will have reappraised
he/she/it will have reappraised
we will have reappraised
you will have reappraised
they will have reappraised
Future Continuous
I will be reappraising
you will be reappraising
he/she/it will be reappraising
we will be reappraising
you will be reappraising
they will be reappraising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reappraising
you have been reappraising
he/she/it has been reappraising
we have been reappraising
you have been reappraising
they have been reappraising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reappraising
you will have been reappraising
he/she/it will have been reappraising
we will have been reappraising
you will have been reappraising
they will have been reappraising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reappraising
you had been reappraising
he/she/it had been reappraising
we had been reappraising
you had been reappraising
they had been reappraising
Conditional
I would reappraise
you would reappraise
he/she/it would reappraise
we would reappraise
you would reappraise
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Past Conditional
I would have reappraised
you would have reappraised
he/she/it would have reappraised
we would have reappraised
you would have reappraised
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reappraise - appraise anew; "Homes in our town are reappraised every five years and taxes are increased accordingly"
pass judgment, evaluate, judge - form a critical opinion of; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?" "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
Translations

reappraise

[ˈriːəˈpreɪz] VTreevaluar

reappraise

vt situation, problemvon Neuem beurteilen; author, film etc alsoneu bewerten
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