Definitions for reframe
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word reframe
To frame again.
The shop was reframing the painting.
To redescribe, from a different perspective; to relabel.
The military reframed tedium as duty.
to frame again or anew
REframe is the second album from Seattle based Hardclash band, Rabbit Junk. the sound on this album has further matured than the self-titled album, and features Anderson taking the band into a new variety of styles such as black metal, speed metal and breakbeat.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rē-frām′, v.t. to frame again.
The numerical value of reframe in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of reframe in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Governor Christie has to reframe the narrative away from New Jersey because he doesn't have a New Jersey miracle that he can point to.
He's got the rhetorical gifts to reframe how people see an issue. If he deploys them here and it gets attention, it could reshape the debate.
It lets [the Chinese] know that there's a cost to doing this, which is something they didn't have to think before, it helps reframe the debate.
Getting beyond feeling the stress and burden, there are ways that perhaps people can reframe how they’re looking at the situation over time . . . saying, ‘I am really making a difference in this person’s life,’.
The department’s CVE efforts are an attempt to protect our nation’s young people from extremists who prey upon the Millennial generation, the department must reframe the conversation to reflect this reality and design a robust program around the protection of our youth, which must include predator awareness and an understanding of radicalization. In doing so, our citizens will be better equipped for this threat.
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