Definition of 'reassessment'

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But this will prompt a reassessment of where exactly they are. The Sun (2006)The film has recently enjoyed renewed interest and critical reassessment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Actions which had become more or less automatic suddenly required reassessment. Pearson, Althea Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)For one thing there has been a reassessment of risk and what price should be put on it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For one thing, new scholarly techniques force reassessment. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The film was not well received on initial release, but has benefited from critical reassessment. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Black politicians, too, came in for critical reassessment. Divine, Robert A. (editor) & Breen, T. H & Frederickson, George M & Williams, R. Hal America Past and Present (1995)Good social work often requires a constant reassessment of initial judgments, and yet that's something all human beings find hard to do. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But the two world wars, won not by brigades of cavalry but by tanks and bombers, required a reassessment of what constituted true chivalry. Christina Hardyment Malory: The Life and Times of King Arthur's Chronicler (2005)

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Translations for 'reassessment'

British English: reassessment NOUN
If you make a reassessment of something, you think about it and decide whether you need to change your opinion about it.
...the moment when we make a reassessment of ourselves.


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