verb (used with object), e·val·u·at·ed, e·val·u·at·ing.
Origin of evaluate
Examples from the Web for reevaluate
One Huffington Post commenter, for example, says that he hopes “she recovers and takes time to reevaluate her career.”Stop Blaming Christy Mack: Porn Stars Don’t Deserve to Be Beaten|Samantha Allen|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An event that rocks your world and makes you reevaluate everything?
Rule: Reevaluate each of your friends often and read their timelines and posts.Five Rules for Social Media Safety From Manti Te’o’s ‘Girlfriend’|Diane O’Meara|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It means, for Christian, nothing less than a chance to reevaluate what it means to be human.
The administration's decision to reevaluate their misguided decision on drilling is just a first step.
British Dictionary definitions for reevaluate
Word Origin for evaluate
Word Origin and History for reevaluate
1842, from French évaluer or else a back-formation from evaluation. Originally in mathematics. Related: Evaluated; evaluating.