Definition of reconsideration in US English:

reconsideration

noun

  • The act of considering something again; review.

    ‘a careful reconsideration of the existing approaches’
    • ‘This new situation leads to a reconsideration of national security risks and threats.’
    • ‘Now, less than three years after his death at the age of 89, a vigorous reconsideration of his significance is under way.’
    • ‘However, upon reconsideration, she said that perhaps such a bylaw would affect her.’
    • ‘There needs to be a review of all of this and a reconsideration of the role of the director of Central Intelligence.’
    • ‘Lord Justice Sedley upheld the argument and referred the case back to the county court for reconsideration.’
    • ‘In conclusion, the government has some serious reconsideration to do.’
    review, re-examination, reassessment, re-evaluation, reappraisal, rethink, another look, a fresh look, relook
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Pronunciation

reconsideration

/ˌrēk(ə)nˌsidəˈrāSH(ə)n//ˌrik(ə)nˌsɪdəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/