Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
State (something) again or differently, especially in order to correct or to make more clear or convincing.‘he restated his opposition to abortion’as adjective ‘restated earnings’
enumerate, list, itemize, detail, spell out, set out, present, specify, name, give, describe, delineate, catalogue, recite, rattle offView synonyms
- ‘But I am aware that I have just restated the question, not answered it.’
- ‘He then restated the party's pledge to tackle poor discipline in the classroom.’
- ‘However, some criticised the document for not being more imaginative and said it was restating problems that are common knowledge.’
- ‘Therefore restating the case for growth is a central part of arguing for the power of humanity to create a better world.’
- ‘He knew how we were feeling, and he'd been with us long enough to know that we understood the gravity of such a loss without him restating it for us.’
- ‘The leader will this week defy his growing band of critics within the government and the country by publicly restating his intention to stay in power until the next election.’
- ‘Second, it restates the theme of life and forces the mourner to recognize that life must still go on, even though they may feel that it has ended with the loss of the loved one.’
- ‘During his mitigation plea, he restated his claim that he was the victim of a political conspiracy.’
- ‘And even once they were alleviated, the concerns were continually restated.’
- ‘The congress unequivocally restates the demand for independence.’
- ‘But he restated his interest in any other smaller distilleries that could come on to the market.’
- ‘At the end of the day the Mayor held a press conference, again restating his reasons for selling off the garden, focusing on the need for more affordable housing in the city.’
- ‘Then, instead of attempting to refute it directly, he restates it in significantly different language, setting it in other contexts and suggesting other attitudes or factors that might modify it.’
- ‘The rights to information and travel are restated and reaffirmed in the proposal and no court will be able to restrict the rights of any woman to travel abroad.’
- ‘The counter-motion makes some concessions to opponents of the war, restating the party's belief that military action should only take place when all diplomatic efforts fail.’
- ‘It goes on and the clear points are restated clearly, but I won't trouble you with resummarizing them.’
- ‘For most of the hour, the President only restated his positions from his last term in office.’
- ‘However, the Ministry of Defence gave no indication about when troops might withdraw, restating its commitment to ‘continue until the job is done’.’
- ‘It merely restated the recommendations of the plan and said that all sectors would have to play their part.’
- ‘Clearly, we must restate our conditions to take explicit account of the ways and methods of arriving at belief.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.