reassess


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reassess

(ˌriːəˈsɛs)
vb (tr)
to assess (something) again; re-evaluate

reassess


Past participle: reassessed
Gerund: reassessing

Imperative
reassess
reassess
Present
I reassess
you reassess
he/she/it reassesses
we reassess
you reassess
they reassess
Preterite
I reassessed
you reassessed
he/she/it reassessed
we reassessed
you reassessed
they reassessed
Present Continuous
I am reassessing
you are reassessing
he/she/it is reassessing
we are reassessing
you are reassessing
they are reassessing
Present Perfect
I have reassessed
you have reassessed
he/she/it has reassessed
we have reassessed
you have reassessed
they have reassessed
Past Continuous
I was reassessing
you were reassessing
he/she/it was reassessing
we were reassessing
you were reassessing
they were reassessing
Past Perfect
I had reassessed
you had reassessed
he/she/it had reassessed
we had reassessed
you had reassessed
they had reassessed
Future
I will reassess
you will reassess
he/she/it will reassess
we will reassess
you will reassess
they will reassess
Future Perfect
I will have reassessed
you will have reassessed
he/she/it will have reassessed
we will have reassessed
you will have reassessed
they will have reassessed
Future Continuous
I will be reassessing
you will be reassessing
he/she/it will be reassessing
we will be reassessing
you will be reassessing
they will be reassessing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reassessing
you have been reassessing
he/she/it has been reassessing
we have been reassessing
you have been reassessing
they have been reassessing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reassessing
you will have been reassessing
he/she/it will have been reassessing
we will have been reassessing
you will have been reassessing
they will have been reassessing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reassessing
you had been reassessing
he/she/it had been reassessing
we had been reassessing
you had been reassessing
they had been reassessing
Conditional
I would reassess
you would reassess
he/she/it would reassess
we would reassess
you would reassess
they would reassess
Past Conditional
I would have reassessed
you would have reassessed
he/she/it would have reassessed
we would have reassessed
you would have reassessed
they would have reassessed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reassess - 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"

reassess

verb reappraise, reconsider, weigh up again, get a feel for again I will reassess the situation when I get home.
Translations

reassess

[ˈriːəˈses] VT [+ situation] → estudiar de nuevo, reestudiar; [+ tax] → calcular de nuevo
we shall have to reassess the situationtendremos que estudiar de nuevo or reestudiar la situación

reassess

[ˌriːəˈsɛs] vt [+ situation, position, priorities] → réexaminer

reassess

vtneu überdenken; proposals, advantagesneu abwägen; (for taxation) → neu veranlagen; damagesneu schätzen

reassess

[ˌriːəˈses] vt (situation) → riesaminare
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