Spanish translation of 're-examine'
Example Sentences Including 're-examine'
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As with other elements of government spending, we need to re-examine what the country can afford.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
As honourable people, the panel members have correctly chosen to re-examine the evidence.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
But experts now want to re-examine her for a fuller assessment.The Sun (2010)
But surely we need to re-examine the issue.The Sun (2006)
I now appeal to the mandarins who have formed this tiptoe policy to re-examine it.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Police chiefs need to swiftly re-examine their priorities.The Sun (2016)
We have to re-examine the issue in the light of current technology.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
're-examine' in Other Languages
British English: re-examine VERB
If a person or group of people re-examines their ideas, beliefs, or attitudes, they think about them carefully because they are no longer sure if they are correct.
We may re-examine our goals or our methods for attaining our goals.
Translation of re-examine from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary