Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To choose again.

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  • verb To choose or select again, especially to an office or post.

Etymologies

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From re- +‎ choose.

Examples

  • These kinds of changes are never quick or easy solutions but, rather, long-term shifts that we must choose and rechoose every day.

    Rediscovering Values

  • These kinds of changes are never quick or easy solutions but, rather, long-term shifts that we must choose and rechoose every day.

    Rediscovering Values

  • These kinds of changes are never quick or easy solutions but, rather, long-term shifts that we must choose and rechoose every day.

    Rediscovering Values

  • These kinds of changes are never quick or easy solutions but, rather, long-term shifts that we must choose and rechoose every day.

    Rediscovering Values

  • These kinds of changes are never quick or easy solutions but, rather, long-term shifts that we must choose and rechoose every day.

    Rediscovering Values

  • Some nicknames are already registered / taken, so you may have to rechoose.

    TechSpot

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