reconsidering

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English - Turkish
{i} yeniden ele alma

Hükümet ateşli silah ihracatını yeniden ele almaktadır. - The government has been reconsidering its firearms exportation.

{f} yeniden ele al: prep.yeniden e
reconsider
yeniden incelemek
reconsider
yeniden düşünmek

Kararını yeniden düşünmek isteyebilirsin. - You might want to reconsider your decision.

Yeniden düşünmek isteyebilirsin. - You may want to reconsider.

reconsider
yeniden incelemek ya da ele almak
reconsider
yeniden ele al

Hükümet ateşli silah ihracatını yeniden ele almaktadır. - The government has been reconsidering its firearms exportation.

reconsider
kabul edilmiş bir meseleyi yeniden reye koymak
reconsider
tekrar düşünmek

Tekrar düşünmek isteyebilirsin. - You might want to reconsider.

Tekrar düşünmek zorundasın. - You've got to reconsider.

reconsider
muhakeme etmek
reconsider
yeniden oya sunmak
reconsider
{f} tekrar ele almak
reconsider
tekrar gözden geçir
reconsider
hakkında tekrar düşünmek
reconsider
reconsideration tekrar tetkik
English - English
present participle of reconsider
reconsider
In parliamentary procedure, a motion to bring back for further debate and a revote a motion that has already been passed
reconsider
to review with care, especially with a view to a reversal of previous action
reconsider
{v} to review, consider again
reconsider
consider again; give new consideration to; usually with a view to changing; "Won't you reconsider your decision?"
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A motion to reopen a question that has been previously decided
reconsider
consider again (a bill) that had been voted upon before, in legislation
reconsider
To consider again; as, to reconsider a subject
reconsider
consider again; give new consideration to; usually with a view to changing; "Won't you reconsider your decision?" consider again (a bill) that had been voted upon before, in legislation
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Action to retake a vote Only a legislator having voted previously on the prevailing side may offer the motion
reconsider
To consider a matter thought already to have been decided
reconsider
{f} rethink, contemplate again, consider again
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To take up for renewed consideration, as a motion or a vote which has been previously acted upon
reconsider
Action to retake a vote The motion may be offered only by a legislator having voted previously on the prevailing side
reconsider
(motion to) - Action to re-take a vote; the motion may be offered only by a member having voted previously on the prevailing side
reconsider
If you reconsider a decision or opinion, you think about it and try to decide whether it should be changed. We want you to reconsider your decision to resign from the board If at the end of two years you still feel the same, we will reconsider. + reconsideration re·con·sid·era·tion The report urges reconsideration of the decision. to think again about something in order to decide if you should change your opinion or do something different
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