To Look Again, To Reassess
transitive verb, godan verb
You know the word 直す from a couple levels ago. It means "to fix." So, when you fix what you see, what are you doing? You're reevaluating something. That's why this word means to reevaluate.
The readings are all kun'yomi readings, like the vocab you've seen already. This is like two vocab words put together, which is why it's using the kun'yomi reading. The hiragana on the end is a hint!
to reevaluate one's eating habits
to reevaluate one's life
to reevaluate the way things are
It is important to review the plan once a year.
This time was a chance to reassess my weaknesses.
At university, I want to learn literature and reevaluate writers from the Heian period.