Definition of refocus
- had refocused his life
She refocused her energies toward a career in music.
He needs to refocus his attention on his schoolwork.
Sports are not a priority now. You need to refocus and improve your grades.
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: to adjust (something, such as a camera or a lens) again to make an image clear
: to cause (something, such as attention) to be directed at something different
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