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Meanings of Re-evaluation:

noun

The process or an act of considering or examining something again

Usage examples:

The company will initiate an extensive re-evaluation of its operating and financial systems., all o…

Meanings of Re-examination:

noun

The process or an act of looking at something in detail again

Usage examples:

His solicitors asked for a re-examination of the terms of his contract.

Re-examine

ˌriː.ɪɡˈzæm.ɪn

Meanings of Re-examine:

verb

To look at something in detail again

Usage examples:

The company's problems have caused it to re-examine its strategy.

Re-form

ˌriːˈfɔːm

Meanings of Re-form:

verb

(of a team, band, or other group of people) to join together again as a group; to join people together again as a group

Usage examples:

In may 2006, take that announced they were re-forming after ten years., the social democratic party…

Meanings of Rea:

noun

The female of the ruff, philomachus pugnax; = "reeve".

adjective

Of a person: mad, frenzied, crazed. of a horse: frisky, restive, difficult to control.

verb

To clean (grain, pulses, etc.) using a sieve, especially by sifting in a circular motion so that the chaff, etc., collects in the centre. compare ree . also without object: to sieve in this way.

exclamation

Used as a command to a horse to turn to the right. also as noun: this command; an utterance of this.

Meanings of Reable:

verb

To rehabilitate (a person) after injury or illness; to restore (a part of the body) to some degree of normal functioning. compare "disable".

Meanings of Reabridge:

verb

To abridge again.

Meanings of Reabridged:

verb

To abridge again.

Meanings of Reabridging:

verb

To abridge again.

Reabsorb

ˌriː.əbˈzɔːb

Meanings of Reabsorb:

verb

Absorb (something) again.

Usage examples:

A failure of the gut to reabsorb the majority of the fluid

Reabsorbed

ˌriːəbˈzɔːb

Meanings of Reabsorbed:

verb

Absorb (something) again.

Usage examples:

A failure of the gut to reabsorb the majority of the fluid

Reabsorbing

ˌriːəbˈzɔːb

Meanings of Reabsorbing:

verb

Absorb (something) again.

Usage examples:

A failure of the gut to reabsorb the majority of the fluid

Reabsorbs

ˌriː.əbˈzɔːb

Meanings of Reabsorbs:

verb

Absorb (something) again.

Usage examples:

A failure of the gut to reabsorb the majority of the fluid

Reabsorption

riːəbˈzɔːpʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Reabsorption:

noun

The process of absorbing something again.

Usage examples:

Diuretics act primarily by blocking reabsorption of sodium

Meanings of Reaccept:

verb

Accept (someone or something) again.

Usage examples:

You will be making a decision to reaccept your spouse

Reaccepted

riːəkˈsɛpt

Meanings of Reaccepted:

verb

Accept (someone or something) again.

Usage examples:

You will be making a decision to reaccept your spouse

Reaccepting

riːəkˈsɛpt

Meanings of Reaccepting:

verb

Accept (someone or something) again.

Usage examples:

You will be making a decision to reaccept your spouse

Reaccepts

riːəkˈsɛpt

Meanings of Reaccepts:

verb

Accept (someone or something) again.

Usage examples:

You will be making a decision to reaccept your spouse

Meanings of Reaccess:

noun

Return; renewed access.

Meanings of Reaccession:

noun

Return; renewed accession, especially into a group or to a position of power.

Reacclimate

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimate:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimated

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimated:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimates

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimates:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimating

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimating:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimatize

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.mə.taɪz

Meanings of Reacclimatize:

verb

To acclimatize (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

The england team had to quickly reacclimatize to the colder conditions back home., the animals were…

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