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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reexpress.

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Examples

  • After explaining her in simple terms the basic concepts of the mechanisms of restriction enzymes, she, after some reflection, reexpressed this message in her own terms by a tale, which in the meantime has found wide diffusion around the world.

    Werner Arber - Autobiography

  • SMDs obtained from the meta-analyses were then reexpressed to a familiar instrument, using a so-called back-translation technique.

    Journal of Medical Internet Research

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