rethink (third-person singular simple present rethinks, present participle rethinking, simple past and past participle rethought)
- To think again about something, with the intention of changing or replacing it.
- Disability rights advocates are encouraging people to rethink the words "crazy" and "insane" as they stigmatize mental health.
think again about a problem
rethink (plural rethinks)
- The act of thinking again about something.
- This business plan of yours looks risky. It needs a rethink.
- 2022 September 21, Howard Johnston, “Network News: HS2's Interchange station to create 1,000 extra jobs”, in RAIL, number 966, page 16:
- There was a complete rethink in 2020, following a review into why costs rose by £100 million in the space of a year.