Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regrade. (verb)
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Use "regrading" in a sentence
"One explanation, Mr. Vaughan said, may be that inspectors have disincentives to give lower grades to restaurants on the margin, "either in the form of pressure from restaurant groups, or in the extra work it may entail to re-visit the restaurant for regrading.""
"I actually had a lucky escape today regrading liquids and computers when I was shoving a slice of lime down the neck of my beer bottle."
"… An amusing but unfortunately true analogy by Liberty policy director Isabella Sankey, regrading the Labour policy to bring in some more pointless, unhelpful and stigmatising ASBOs, this time for alcohol abuse, otherwise known as a Drinking Ban Order."