Meaning of requote in English:

requote

Pronunciation /ˌriːˈkwəʊt/

verb

  • 1To quote (a text, statement, etc.) again.

  • 2To restate or give a revised statement of (the price of something); to give a new or revised quotation for (a commodity, a share, etc.); to relist (a share) on a stock exchange.

Origin

Early 17th century. From re- + quote.