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
References in periodicals archive ?
Niles and Hanover township reassessments are scheduled to be mailed Sept.
In recent conversations with academic colleagues in Oslo and Stockholm I learned that in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway the most talked about books of the last few years were reassessments of the role each state had played in response to Nazi rule and to the persecution and murder of Jews.
Cameco said in a statement that it has received a decision from the Tax Court of Canada on its application to recover substantial costs incurred in its dispute of reassessments with Canada Revenue Agency for the 2003, 2005 and 2006 tax years.
The judge had further said that the reassessments were opened on the basis of those cases while dismissing the AMMK leader's petition.
According to the company, given that the circumstances of the tax year 2011 and the Tax Administration's arguments as a basis for tax reassessments were essentially in line with the circumstances of the 2007-2010 tax years, for which the Hameenlinna Administrative Court decided on 8 May 2018 (18/0166/1) for the benefit of the company, the Tax Administration considered that the company's appeal was acceptable.
When the Niagara Falls City Council agenda for April 25th, 2018, was published this past week residents were surprised to find a presentation on reassessments by a representative of New York State.
Harvey's aftermath has also reignited bickering between Republican state lawmakers over this year's failed attempts to pass legislation that would have required disaster reassessments - and given tax breaks to all property damaged by Harvey.
TENS of thousands of people with severe illnesses or disabilities will no longer face reassessments to claim the main benefit for long-term sickness.
It was revealed that people with "a severe, lifelong disability, illness or health condition" and those who are unlikely to move into work again will be exempt from reassessments for employment and support allowance (ESA).
Damian Green is deliberately muddying the waters by conflating new PIP claims with reassessments. Since 2013, 51,000 people have lost access to Motability vehicles as they have been switched from DLA to PIP, and 126,300 of the 254,200 people who were eligible for funding have now lost access.