What does reiterate mean?
transitive verb. : to state or do over again or repeatedly sometimes with wearying effect.
Is it correct to say reiterate?
We tell you again and again. Iterate and reiterate are synonymous meaning “to repeat or do over again.” Both words have Latin origins so this is not a case of over-correction in English. In usage however, you will mostly see “reiterate” meaning “to repeat” and the noun form of “iterate,” “iteration,” meaning “version.”
Is it pronounced dayta or Dahta?
The US and Australia, for example, predominantly use “dayta” but New Zealanders say “dahta“. In short, either is correct but different countries’ cultures have different norms.