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resurvey

[ verb ree-ser-vey; noun ree-sur-vey, ree-ser-vey ]
/ verb ˌri sərˈveɪ; noun riˈsɜr veɪ, ˌri sərˈveɪ /
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verb (used with or without object)
to survey again.
noun, plural re·sur·veys.
a new survey.
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Origin of resurvey

First recorded in 1590–1600; re- + survey
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How to use resurvey in a sentence

  • Some thirty-five years afterward it became necessary to resurvey one of its lines, and recourse was had to the original surveys.

  • It was found requisite to undertake a careful resurvey and description of a number of the well known works in Ohio.

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