Translation of rephrase in Spanish:

rephrase

expresar de otra manera, v.

Pronunciation /riːˈfreɪz//riˈfreɪz/

transitive verb

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    (statement) expresar de otra manera
    (request) reformular
    sorry, I'll rephrase that perdón, mejor dicho …
    • By saying that the question of meaning is an inescapable question, is Heidegger departing from the tradition, or is he simply rephrasing its basic tenets?
    • Afraid that the wounds had reopened Kumma rephrased his question in a softer tone.
    • He heard rejection after rejection until he oh-so-slightly rephrased his sales pitch.
    • By rephrasing the problem of deforestation more exactly as a lack of timber of a particular quality, it becomes possible to reflect on pre-industrial society's multiple uses for wood.
    • ‘Sir, I just want your coat,’ she said, rephrasing her simple request.
    • Aunt Patty asked, rephrasing the question slightly.
    • She also disliked it when he rephrased his questions like that.
    • The basic claim is that all problems can be rephrased as prediction problems.
    • Twenty years on, scholars are rephrasing Darnton's initial question, ‘what is the history of books?’
    • This may have helpfully covered up some of the (to rephrase Proust) intermittences of the art, but it also increased the sense of hugger-mugger.
    • With the advent of post-structuralism in the later 1970s, the attack on the idea of the self was rephrased in terms borrowed from Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida and Jacques Lacan.
    • But I was feeling so apprehensive that rephrasing my questions was the least of my problems.
    • Seeing the blank look on Bessie's face, Mary rephrased her question. ‘He gets the dead to speak through him?’
    • Instead he rephrases it without emotion as a ‘truth test.’
    • Here, it is slightly rephrased, ‘When every part of a city has been rebuilt and replaced, is it still the same city?’
    • Fayd asked, rephrasing his question carefully.
    • Or, to rephrase this, divinity is inherent in man.
    • Not infrequently, the ideological premise is rephrased as an objective definition, as when gender theory is substituted for feminist theory.
    • If, however, he/she rephrases the question and asks, ‘Are there any concepts with similar implications?’
    • Shane rephrased the question as he inched his remaining bishop close to her queen.