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reword

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Synonyms for rephrase

to express the meaning of in other, especially simpler, words

Synonyms for rephrase

express the same message in different words

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With the settlement of the second support agreement, the earlier revised and rephrased agreement dated May 3, 2016, has become invalid, according to the Oklahoma-based business.
Similarly, Article 108 was rephrased as follows with the approval presidents of parliamentary groups:" Judgements shall be issued in the name of the people.
BEIRUT: Civil society activists and the Lebanese Forces have criticized changes to a draft law intended to protect women from domestic violence, after the parliamentary subcommittee discussing the draft rephrased it to address families rather than women.
Then he rephrased the question and asked me: aeHow much does your life cost?'a thinking he was joking, I looked at him and asked if that was a joke.
EDA rephrased its preference for a multilateral approach to trade liberalisation as long as issues of domestic and export support are addressed in a balanced way along with import tariffs.
If the initial attempt at communicating failed, the officer rephrased the concept, avoiding words that may have caused the problem.
As they collapsed in giggles, I quickly rephrased. "I really like it here.
In this sheltered environment all three characters entertain numerous questions about the "guardians" who administer their educations, about the mysterious character "Madame" who occasionally appears to take away the students' art projects, and about their rigidly structured futures as "carets" and "donors." Though Kathy tells her story in England in the late 1990s, this is a speculative England, one where our own questions about class difference, medical ethics, and social responsibility are rephrased in dramatic and troubling ways.
This publication includes unrestricted government information, which was rephrased for application to civilian facilities.
Whether spoken or written, her highly crafted statements were largely repeated or rephrased from one occasion to the next.
When the three members of Mr Crane's No Fear team asked for clarification, he rephrased this to 'regular presenters'.
Elkington would repair if pressed, is nothing more than the Golden Rule rephrased. But why follow the Golden Rule?
The oft-cited quote, "It's the economy, stupid!" needs to be rephrased: "It's the abortion issue, stupid!" Then maybe the real party of my choice regarding most other issues would find itself in a better position to serve those whom it claims to represent.
In response the current EU president, Italy, put forward a rephrased version of the clause designed to recognise the constraints of militarily non-aligned countries.
Others want questions rephrased so they do not imply sexual activity is OK now.