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Definition of reevaluate verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  

reevaluate

 verb
(also re-evaluate) verb
NAmE//ˌriɪˈvælyuˌeɪt//
 
reevaluate somethingVerb Forms present simple I / you / we / they reevaluate he / she / it reevaluates past simple reevaluated -ing form reevaluating
 
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to think about something again, especially in order to form a new opinion about it AWL Collocationsevaluateevaluate verbcritically objectively quantitatively carefully, rigorously thoroughly empirically scientifically, systematicallyThis article critically evaluates the results of the two approaches. These probabilities can be evaluated empirically.effectiveness effect accuracy hypothesis usefulness significance performance outcomeAlthough numerous statistical approaches can be used to evaluate the hypothesis, we will consider three here.designed toThis study is designed to evaluate two methods of teaching economics.difficult toThe evidence is difficult to evaluate and, in some respects, inconsistent.reevaluate verbperiodically constantly, continually criticallyThe strategy needs to be monitored and periodically reevaluated, and the measured results reported and acted upon.evaluation nouncareful, comprehensive, rigorous, thorough initial further objective subjectiveThe new management structure would create a rigorous evaluation system based on peer review.undergo warrant conductThis study conducts a thorough evaluation of current methodologies, and makes recommendations.
 reevaluation (also re-evaluation)
 
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noun [countable, uncountable]