Translation of rethink in Spanish:

rethink

reconsiderar, v.

Pronunciation: /riːˈθɪŋk//riˈθɪŋk/

transitive verb

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    reconsiderar
    replantearse
    • An architect must completely rethink his ideas after making contact with the residents and with reality.
    • Roadway has rethought the way its business has traditionally worked, says Peter F. Swan, a business logistics professor at Pennsylvania State University.
    • She rethought the question, realizing that she didn't know the answer.
    • The Catherine Films underscores the need to reconceptualize Canadian national cinema and rethink Canadian film history.
    • Students have to acknowledge what they don't know, take risks, and rethink what they thought they knew.
    • Gerrard has apparently rethought a plan to buy a house in the London area.
    • Each year I learn new ideas and teaching approaches that encourage me to either rethink or reaffirm what I already do.
    • He returns home to France to rethink who is he and to see if he has the strength to return to space.
    • She once again walked to the L-train station and rethought her plan about using the train instead of a car.
    • When Rob and Louise are suddenly both laid off, their wedding plans are put on hold as they find themselves rethinking their entire lives.
    • In this way we can remember, rethink, reassess, and importantly, celebrate its long history.
    • Once you've rethought a few of these financial facts, you may realize that there are other things - besides money - that bring happiness.
    • While there are certainly laws that still need to be changed - some dramatically - the strategy for change may need to be rethought.
    • To achieve solidity in the labs and transparency in the public areas, individual office organization had to be rethought as well.
    • I'm rethinking my lifestyle because of the sad economical situation we are facing.
    • Environmental historians have rethought the recovery narrative of conservation and challenged the assumptions of the wilderness ethic.
    • From a financial standpoint, cooperatives may need to rethink how benefits are paid.
    • Many shop layouts and checkouts had to be rethought since plastic bags have to be reclassified as a product for sale and staff had to be trained to pack items more economically and safely.
    • Most mornings I had a can of coke with whatever I happened to be eating but considering it was a weekend and my mother was not yet out of the house, I rethought that routine.
    • Don't you understand that when I had my accident it made me rethink what was important to me?

noun

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    replanteamiento masculine
    we're having a rethink lo estamos reconsiderando