reconsiders, 3rd person singular present; reconsidered, past tense; reconsidered, past participle; reconsidering, present participle;
Consider (something) again, esp. for a possible change of decision regarding it
they called on the government to reconsider its policy
I beg you to reconsider
consider again; give new consideration to; usually with a view to changing; "Won't you reconsider your decision?"
consider again (a bill) that had been voted upon before, with a view to altering it
In parliamentary law, reconsideration of a motion (or reconsideration of a question) takes places upon a motion to bring back for further consideration a matter previously decided. The motion originated in the United States.
Action to retake a vote. The motion may be offered only by a legislator having voted previously on the prevailing side.
A motion to reopen a question that has been previously decided.
A motion used to ask for a new vote on a motion. This motion is in order when another motion is pending and may interrupt a member assigned the floor only before the member begins speaking. ...
A motion to review a previous decision and take another vote.
to seek a justification for a decision already made.