from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To phrase again, especially to state in a new, clearer, or different way.
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- v. To find a different way to say something syn.
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- v. express the same message in different words
That's the way the American taxpayer paints this lady ...... her original words were racist in nature and trying to 'rephrase' them will not change them.
So I guess to kind of rephrase is there any particular threshold that you would need to pass over in terms of comps either on a two year stack or just normal one year comps that would allow you to I guess to shift gears, pardon the pun, in terms of store growth.
I laughed when he stated that he was going to ask again and "rephrase" the question!
Are you so chicken you have to rephrase what is precisely the GOP's hopes and dreams and goals as a question?
Let me rephrase that ... it will be coming from taxpayers.
Log in to Reply well ... lemme rephrase my title ... randy streu
It was pretty long, and he had to rephrase a couple of questions, but otherwise I got through pretty well.
Be willing to repeat or rephrase a question if the disabled person you're speaking to doesn't understand you.
Let me rephrase that: what should come first in the story?
LEt me rephrase: Human beings, being fragile creatures who evolved on land, turn out to be hard to send onto the ocean.
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