refocus

The verb refocus means to readjust an optical device. If you are looking at the planets with a telescope, you may have to refocus the telescope to make everything come in clearly.

The verb refocus can also mean to change priorities and concentrate on something different from before. When football season finally ends, maybe you will have the opportunity to refocus and concentrate on your studies. Refocus also means to focus anew. If your book club book is boring, you might have to refocus and give it another chance.

Definitions of refocus
  1. verb
    put again into focus or focus more sharply
    refocus the image until it is very sharp”
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    type of:
    focalise, focalize, focus, sharpen
    put (an image) into focus
  2. verb
    focus once again; The physicist refocused the light beam"
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    type of:
    focus
    cause to converge on or toward a central point
  3. verb
    focus anew
    “The group needs to refocus its goals”
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    type of:
    concenter, concentre, focalise, focalize, focus
    bring into focus or alignment; to converge or cause to converge; of ideas or emotions
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