/ (riːˈfreɪm) /

  1. to support or enclose (a picture, photograph, etc) in a new or different frame

  2. to change the plans or basic details of (a policy, idea, etc): reframe policy issues and problems

  1. to look at, present, or think of (beliefs, ideas, relationships, etc) in a new or different way: reframe masculinity from this new perspective

  2. to change the focus or perspective of (a view) through a lens

  3. to say (something) in a different way: reframe the question

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