To phrase again, especially to state in a new, clearer, or different way.(verb-transitive)
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Use "rephrase" in a sentence
"That's the way the American taxpayer paints this lady ...... her original words were racist in nature and trying to 'rephrase' them will not change them."
"So I guess to kind of rephrase is there any particular threshold that you would need to pass over in terms of comps either on a two year stack or just normal one year comps that would allow you to I guess to shift gears, pardon the pun, in terms of store growth."
"I laughed when he stated that he was going to ask again and "rephrase" the question!"