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Reasserting

ˌriː.əˈsɜːt

Meanings of Reasserting:

verb

Assert again.

Usage examples:

He moved quickly to reassert his control

Meanings of Reassertion:

noun

The act of doing something to show that you still have power or a quality, or that a situation still exists

Usage examples:

They quickly became disillusioned with the reassertion of power by the urban elite families., this …

Reasserts

riːəˈsəːt

Meanings of Reasserts:

verb

Assert again.

Usage examples:

He moved quickly to reassert his control

Meanings of Reassess:

verb

Consider or assess again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

We have decided to reassess our timetable

Reassessed

ˌriː.əˈses

Meanings of Reassessed:

verb

Consider or assess again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

We have decided to reassess our timetable

Reassesses

ˌriː.əˈses

Meanings of Reassesses:

verb

Consider or assess again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

We have decided to reassess our timetable

Reassessing

ˌriː.əˈses

Meanings of Reassessing:

verb

Consider or assess again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

We have decided to reassess our timetable

Reassessment

riːəˈsɛsm(ə)nt

Meanings of Reassessment:

noun

The consideration or assessment of something again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

Publications will be subject to annual reassessment

Meanings of Reassessments:

noun

The consideration or assessment of something again, in the light of new or different factors.

Usage examples:

Publications will be subject to annual reassessment

Reassign

ˌriː.əˈsaɪn

Meanings of Reassign:

verb

Appoint (someone) to a different post or role.

Usage examples:

He had been reassigned to another post

Meanings of Reassignation:

noun

Reassignment.

Reassigned

riːəˈsʌɪn

Meanings of Reassigned:

verb

Appoint (someone) to a different post or role.

Usage examples:

He had been reassigned to another post

Reassigning

ˌriː.əˈsaɪn

Meanings of Reassigning:

verb

Appoint (someone) to a different post or role.

Usage examples:

He had been reassigned to another post

Meanings of Reassignment:

noun

The allocation or distribution of work or resources in a different way.

Usage examples:

Reassignment of staff duties

Meanings of Reassignments:

noun

The allocation or distribution of work or resources in a different way.

Usage examples:

Reassignment of staff duties

Meanings of Reassigns:

verb

Appoint (someone) to a different post or role.

Usage examples:

He had been reassigned to another post

Meanings of Reassimilate:

verb

To assimilate (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Reassimilated:

verb

To assimilate (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Reassimilates:

verb

To assimilate (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Reassimilating:

verb

To assimilate (a person or thing) again.

Meanings of Reassimilation:

noun

The action or process of reassimilation; an instance of this.

Meanings of Reassociate:

verb

To associate or unite (a person) again with others, or with a principle, condition, experience, etc.; to bring together again. also reflexive and without object: to come together again, to reunite.

Meanings of Reassociated:

adjective

Associated again or anew; reunited, recombined.

Meanings of Reassociating:

verb

To associate or unite (a person) again with others, or with a principle, condition, experience, etc.; to bring together again. also reflexive and without object: to come together again, to reunite.

Meanings of Reassociation:

noun

The action of reassociating people or things; the fact of being reassociated.

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