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Noun: retake  'ree,teyk
  1. A shot or scene that is photographed again
Verb: retake (retook,retaken)  'ree,teyk
  1. Take back by force, as after a battle
    "The military forces managed to retake the fort";
    - recapture
  2. Capture again
    "retake the escaped prisoner";
    - recapture
  3. (photography) photograph again
    "Please retake that scene"
  4. Take an exam again after failing the last time
    - resit [Brit]

Derived forms: retakes, retaking, retook, retaken

Type of: capture, catch, get, photo [informal], photograph, shoot, snap [informal], take

Encyclopedia: Retake