Definition of restate
: to state again or in another way
Examples of restate in a Sentence
She needs to restate her arguments.
though I couldn't remember the exact words he used, I restated his message as accurately as I could
Recent Examples of restate from the Web
The mayor restated his position that though the Civil War was a brief period in the city's history, the monuments had lingered as symbols for too long and had no place on a contemporary New Orleans public thoroughfares.
Both restated the Fed’s intent on continuing to raise rates, despite indications that growth is weakening in key sectors such as housing and the auto sector.
The company has subsequently restated some financial results and was delisted from the Nasdaq in March.
The letter’s first sentence referred the Amended and Restated Master Financing Agreement between the city and KC Hotel Developers.
About 11 months after the announcement of the federal investigation, Swisher filed restated financial reports for the first three quarters of 2011 and filed its 10-K form for 2011.
Trump was merely restating what the Post and other media had reported, Sekulow suggested.
In an interview with Fox Business News, Mnuchin restated his position that the sooner Congress extends the federal government's borrowing authority, the better.
Village Trustee Peter Garrity said he wasn't opposed to restating the village's duties.
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Definition of restate for English Language Learners
: to say (something) again or in a different way especially to make the meaning clearer
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