restudy

verb
re·​study | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈstə-dē \
restudied; restudying

Definition of restudy

transitive verb

: to study (something or someone) again So I stayed up all night restudying the symphony from bar 1, as if I'd never seen it in my life.— Leonard Bernstein

Other Words from restudy

restudy noun, plural restudies
Many paleontologists, including some of the world's most knowledgable anatomists of invertebrates, have led the restudy of Walcott's fossils — Stephen Jay Gould

First Known Use of restudy

1735, in the meaning defined above

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