verb (used with object), e·val·u·at·ed, e·val·u·at·ing.
Origin of evaluate
Synonyms for evaluate
Related Words for re-evaluatereevaluate, reexamine, amend, rethink, review, revise, reassess, reconsider, analyze, rearrange, rework, rehash, retrace, emend, polish, correct, remember, debrief, recall, recollect
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Contemporary Examples of re-evaluate
Wallace said his impression was that Fearey and other senior managers wanted Doyle to “re-evaluate” his approach.Fired From Los Alamos for Pushing Obama's Nuclear Agenda
Center for Public Integrity
July 31, 2014
Re-evaluate the choices you have made in your life thus far.Online Dating for Geniuses Only
June 27, 2014
“We had to look back to how we used to survive and re-evaluate our value,” he said.Celebrities, Take Note: Anguilla Is Back From the Brink
Debra A. Klein
May 6, 2014
Today, Newseum announced it will "re-evaluate their inclusion" on its list of journalists.Can You Bomb Hamas Propagandists?
May 13, 2013
In the suburbs, I've now had to re-evaluate if I'll let me kids go to some people's homes, because so many parents own guns.'Let's Talk About Guns' Live Chat Transcript
January 25, 2013
Historical Examples of re-evaluate
Lent is the time when we re-evaluate our life in the light of our faith, and this requires a very real effort and discipline.Great Lent: A School of Repentance
Word Origin for evaluate
1842, from French évaluer or else a back-formation from evaluation. Originally in mathematics. Related: Evaluated; evaluating.