Translation of reword in Spanish:


formular de otra manera, v.

Pronunciation /riˈwərd/ /riːˈwəːd/

transitive verb

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    (question) formular de otra manera
    (statement) volver a redactar
    I think I'd better reword that creo que debería expresarlo de otra manera
    • If I was rewriting, I would reword the post differently to make this clear.
    • You might still want to reword the material if the context is different enough to justify such alterations, but there's no ethical obligation to do so.
    • However, certain questions were reworded slightly to capture differences between respondents' intentions last fall and their actual behavior over the past year.
    • The site also summarizes and rewords the things he says at various events and press-conferences.
    • DJ worked until late Thursday night (well, late for a 9 year old), making a cover for his report, rewording the report three or four times, making the cover over again… it's tough being a perfectionist.
    • This led to a movement toward rewording the death penalty statutes to attempt to avoid the inequality in application.
    • But it appears that the Executive has averted a damaging row with the Church after controversial aspects of the panel's report were reworded to take account of religious sensitivities.
    • Prol has reworded the original post and indicates that it probably won't be archived.
    • Now, let's reword the sentence from the above mentioned story.
    • Let me reword my question: assume a commitment has been made to putting TV show titles in quotes…
    • A major international news organisation is not supposed to simply reword press releases from the guilty.
    • If you do not get the information you are looking for, reword your search.
    • I did reword it a bit, see if you can tell where my creative genius improved the story, ok?
    • Researchers using Likert scales reword items to identify yeasayers and naysayers.
    • Same story and everything, just reword it and stuff so it sounds more like this chapter, which I find myself liking a lot.
    • It's a poor review that simply rewords the instruction manual and then adds: ‘Overall, the game is good/bad.’
    • Suggestions for improvement consist of including more items on the test, using multiple-choice items, and rewording current items for clarity and relevance.
    • It may be that this is easier in relation to subordinate as opposed to primary legislation, but it appears to open the door to the possibility of courts rewording statutes.
    • After rewording the question to ask if the intimacy of the record is lost on the stage, Adam responds a little more earnestly.
    • The difficulty was rewording the discretionary world in a new way for the second half of the century.