Word:

Retake

Re`take´
v. t.1.To take or receive again.
2.To take from a captor; to recapture; as, to retake a ship or prisoners.
Noun1.retake - a shot or scene that is photographed again
Verb1.retake - take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort"
Synonyms: recapture
2.retake - capture again; "recapture the escaped prisoner"
Synonyms: recapture
3.retake - photograph again; "Please retake that scene"
boom shot, close-up, deuce shot, follow-focus shot, full shot, get back, group shot, kinescope, long shot, matte shot, medium shot, motion picture, pan shot, panoramic shot, process shot, ransom, rap shot, recapture, reclaim, reclaiming, reclamation, recoup, recoupment, recover, recovery, recuperate, recuperation, redeem, redemption, regain, regainment, renovate, reoccupation, reoccupy, replevin, replevy, repossess, repossession, restoration, restore, resume, resumption, retaking, retrieval, retrieve, revindicate, revindication, revival, revive, salvage, shot, take, take back, travel shot, trover, trucking shot, zoom shot
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retail store
Retailer
Retailer of merchandise
retailing
Retailment
Retain
retain wall
Retainable
Retainal
retained
retained object
Retainer
retaining
Retaining fee
retaining wall
Retainment
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Retaker
retaking
Retaliate
Retaliation
Retaliative
retaliator
Retaliatory
retaliatory eviction
Retama
Retama raetam
Retard
Retard of the tide
retardant
Retardation
Retardation of the tide
Retardative
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