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Meaning of “reappraisal” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of reappraisal from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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reappraisalnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˌriːəˈpreɪzəl/
the ​process of ​examining a ​situation or ​activity again in ​order to make ​changes to it, for ​example in ​order to make it more modern or ​effective: a reappraisal of sth Extra ​funding necessary to cope with the ​impact of ​climatechange could be ​raised through a reappraisal of ​environmentalpriorities.call for/force/prompt a reappraisal of sth Demand for ​technologystocks has ​forced a reappraisal of ​investorattitudes towards the ​financialservicessector. Vets in ​Europe have called for a radical reappraisal of ​farmingmethods throughout the ​European Union.
the ​process of ​changing a ​calculation of the ​financialvalue of something, for ​example because of ​increases in ​price or ​interestrates: A reappraisal of all ​residentialproperty in New Orleans was ​ordered by the Tax ​Commission. Current ​taxrates will remain the same ​pending reappraisal.
(Definition of reappraisal from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “reappraisal”
in Chinese (Simplified) 重新评价, 重新估计…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重新評價, 重新估計…
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