transitive + intransitive
: to evaluate (something or someone) again especially with regard to changes or new information
Debts force students to delay marriage, postpone children and reevaluate career choices.—Steve Gardiner If you are out of work, maybe this is a good time to slow down and reevaluate your priorities.—Mark Wayman The time has come, I believe, for us to re-evaluate teaching …—Jane E. Peterson He said … that council will have time later to reevaluate if the Cooksville Creek owners don't budge.—Alex McKeen
plural reevaluations or re-evaluations
Intense reevaluation of the field's traditional subject matter—and also of its methods of observation and explanation—has plunged cultural anthropology into a profound state of crisis.
—Louis A. Sass