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reattribute

/ (ˌriːəˈtrɪbjuːt) /
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verb
(tr) to attribute (esp a work of art) to another source
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Derived forms of reattribute

reattribution (riːˌætrɪˈbjuːʃən), noun
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How to use reattribute in a sentence

  • And, indeed, there was hardly a picture in Rome I was unable to reattribute to its rightful owner.

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