Definition of 'reassess'
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Example sentences containing 'reassess'
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You need to reassess and reflect on why you are here and what you should do next. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This legalisation of public inquiries needs to be reassessed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The whole thing needs to be reassessed. The Sun (2011)Any enterprise requiring new clothes is an enterprise that needs to be reassessed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This gives you a point in time to work towards when you can reassess the situation. Life Without Work (1994)The recent changes mean that now is the perfect opportunity to reassess home services. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Treat the most painful area first and then reassess the situation after about half an hour or so. Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)Agencies that have thought their only remit was to address minority issues must reassess the way they work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The need to reassess follows a number of large studies that show that a high dose of statins will reduce high cholesterol significantly. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If people are not willing to take responsibility, they need to reassess the way they live. The Sun (2015)It has since reassessed the situation and reckons that 0.25 per cent is possible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If not, then you must seriously reassess arrangements. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But others are unexpected enough that you must reassess your position, personally and in terms of others. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But relationships and friendships may need to be reassessed as you're about to be presented with more options. The Sun (2015)It should be his first priority to reassess what is needed by our men and women and to put right the deficiencies as soon as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Not only do the batsmen need to reassess their game plans against spin, they could do with an injection of confidence. The Sun (2012)I needed to reassess my goals. The Sun (2011)Ambition Just as we need to reassess what is meant by being competitive so should we examine what we mean by being ambitious. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)How often should I reassess my needs? The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Students who scored in the bottom 5 per cent were sent a letter saying that their aptitude for a medical career might need to be reassessed. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Once you reach 10 stone, you need to reassess your intake. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you didn't, then you need to seriously reassess what constitutes a problem. The Sun (2013)But once the emergency has been dealt with, the Government will need to reassess comprehensively its current thinking. The Sun (2015)I need time to reassess my career and decide what I want to do. The Sun (2010)Church and that church leaders who are tempted to dismiss it as fiction, and therefore not to be taken seriously, might need to reassess their approach. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'reassess'
British English: reassess VERB
If you reassess something, you think about it and decide whether you need to change your opinion about it.
I will reassess the situation when I get home.
Definition of reassess from the Collins English Dictionary
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