re-educate Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "re-educate" - Business English Dictionary

re-educate

verb [T] ( also reeducate)
 
 
to give someone training in new tasks, activities, etc.: We are being re-educated not to rely on the state for anything more than minimal support.re-educate yourself In the 1990s, most older teachers had never used the internet - they had to re-educate themselves.
re-education noun [U]
(Definition of re-educate from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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