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
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