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re-educate in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishre-educatere-ed‧u‧cate /riːˈedjəkeɪt $ -dʒə-/ verb [transitive]  SEto teach someone to think or behave in a different way Young criminals must be re-educated.re-education /riːˌedjəˈkeɪʃən $ -dʒə-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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re-educateWhile rescue was the initial objective, it was soon surpassed by the desire to reclaim and re-educate.Bernard settled down to re-educate her.Having said this, I don't mean that it is the job of women to re-educate men.The primary aim of modern physiotherapy treatment is to re-educate normal movement.They want to re-educate people on their driving weaknesses.To re-educate your critic takes time.It is important to re-educate your eating pattern, and your appetite, towards three meals a day.