- to consider (something) again, with a view to changing one's policy or course of action
- (in a legislative assembly or similar body) to consider again (a bill or other matter) that has already been voted upon
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re•con•sid•er /ˌrikənˈsɪdɚ/USA pronunciation v.
to consider again, esp. with a view to a change of decision: [~ + object]to reconsider a refusal.[no object]She said that she wouldn't reconsider.
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reconsider /ˌriːkənˈsɪdə/ vb
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