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France: French/English/Spanish
The "best" translation I found was "to refocus".
A japanese friend living in Australia used the verb "to recenter". I never found it in the dictionary. So is it used in Australia only?
  • dje_forever

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    France, english, espanol
    I think you never found it in a dictionnay because it is a compound. We do exactly the same in french (initialiser, ré-initialiser). I think to recenter is better when dealing with material things and to refocus has in my mind a sens of aim (se recentrer sur ses priorités par exemple)

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