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Definitions for rethink
riˈθɪŋkre·think

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. reconsideration, second thought, afterthought, rethinkverb

    thinking again about a choice previously made

    "he had second thoughts about his purchase"

  2. rethinkverb

    change one's mind

    "He rethought his decision to take a vacation"

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  1. rethinkverb

    To think again about a problem.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rethink in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rethink in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of rethink in a Sentence

  1. Hisahiro Sugiura:

    At the time of the bid, it's true that we pledged to keep close 80 percent of the venues within an 8 km radius to lighten the burden on athletes, but as we've looked further into the venues from the aspect of cost and the impact on the lives of people in Tokyo and in Japan, the need to rethink this has emerged.

  2. Klaus Mueller:

    What the judgment means exactly for the current Friends Finder, we now have to find out, in addition to Facebook, other services use this form of advertising to attract new users. They must now probably rethink.

  3. Emeasoba George:

    Anyone who refuses to leave his/her past in the past is likely to adversely affect his/her future. Yes you heard me right, therefore, you've got to have a rethink and do live for/appreciate what today/present has to offer you and not at all what the past/yesterday has already taken away from you. Besides, the future ahead of you has a lot of goodies/positivities to offer you even more than whatever you think that you've lost in the past.

  4. Surgeon General Jerome Adams:

    We now know more about who is at risk. Average age of death for people from coronavirus is 80. Average age of people who need medical attention is age 60. We want people who are older, people who have medical conditions, to take steps to protect themselves, including avoiding crowded spaces, including thinking very carefully about whether or not now is the time to get on that cruise ship, whether now is the time to take that long haul flight, for most people you're going to be fine. But if you have medical conditions, or you're older, now is the time to rethink that.

  5. Washington Mystics:

    The new salary cap a year ago has forced teams to rethink their rosters long term, you used to be able to think in two- or three-year blocks. Now it's four- or five-year blocks. Teams will be in a situation where you may have four or five high-paid players and need four or five young contracts to balance that out.

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