reassess 見直す

July 21, 2016  =========
☆ reassess 見直す
If you reassess something, you think about it again and decide whether you need to change your opinion about it. After reassessing the situation, you may or may not change your mind, it depends on the situation. Here are some example sentences:
I’ll have to reassess the situation when I get home.
After the disaster, police are reassessing security in the area.
The government has decided to reassess the proposed new taxes on small businesses.
He said he needed time to reassess his decision.
Can you use reassess in a sentence?