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Retaker vs. Retake

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Retakernoun

One who retakes.

‘Most of the test retakers failed.’;

Retakeverb

to take something again

Retakernoun

One who takes again what has been taken; a recaptor.

Retakeverb

to take something back

Retakeverb

to capture or occupy somewhere again

‘The army tried repeatedly to retake the fort they had been driven from.’;

Retakeverb

to photograph or film again

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Retakenoun

a scene that is filmed again, or a picture that is photographed again

Retakenoun

an instance of resitting an examination

Retakeverb

To take or receive again.

Retakeverb

To take from a captor; to recapture; as, to retake a ship or prisoners.

Retakenoun

a shot or scene that is photographed again

Retakeverb

take back by force, as after a battle;

‘The military forces managed to recapture the fort’;

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Retakeverb

capture again;

‘recapture the escaped prisoner’;

Retakeverb

photograph again;

‘Please retake that scene’;

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