verb (used with object), re·phrased, re·phras·ing.
- repetitive dna,
- repetitive strain disorder,
- repetitive strain injury,
- repetitive stress injury,
Origin of rephrase
Examples from the Web for rephrase
Let me rephrase that argument in a way that will illustrate what I think is wrong with it.
He now offers a rephrase: "I don't mean the Shoah, I mean the multiple deaths of Americans that are going on in a tragic way."
So let me rephrase that: Some of the deficit hawks are killing us.
You must also be prepared to rephrase and remold some of the points in order to get at the most important aspects of the case.The Making of Arguments|J. H. Gardiner
He had to rephrase the question and repeat it several times before the dawn man understood.The Lost Warship|Robert Moore Williams
This paraffin that you place on the hand—I will rephrase this a little bit.Warren Commission (7 of 26): Hearings Vol. VII (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Would you restate the question, or rephrase it, whichever you wish to do?Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
"Please repeat or rephrase your question," suggested Judge Carter.The Fourth R|George Oliver Smith