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Synonyms for retake

Synonyms for retake

a shot or scene that is photographed again

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take back by force, as after a battle

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capture again

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The offensive forces to retake Mosul will be hard-pressed to gain control of the city, particularly because ISIS has reinforced its defense with minefields and explosives-laden buildings.
Individuals who choose to retake the test have the option to show only the scores they choose using the ScoreSelect (SM)option introduced in July 2012.
Though Witherspoon has no plans to pursue the matter, cops have allegedly asked the woman to retake a full driving examination within the next 30 days, Contactmusic reported.
12 order asking Jha to inform the court about when and whether he planned to retake the oath in the Nepali language.
A TEENAGER who overturned his car after speeding down a country lane must retake his test.
Teenagers could lose the chance to retake A-level modules an unlimited number of times.
Will Americans be able to un-write their conditioned and contracted lives and retake control of both themselves and democracy?
However, huge numbers of students are signing up to retake the test this spring.
Referee Paul Taylor, who sent off Grimsby's Terry Fleming for a second bookable offence late on, ruled out a Grimsby penalty for encroachment before the hosts missed the retake.
Scott Howie denied Michael Branch from the kick, but referee Colin Webster ordered a retake and the striker made no mistake second time around.
This describes the last large-scale sea battle that the world might ever see, the naval complement of the US Army's battle to retake the Philippine Islands in the fall of 1944.
The panel can clear the students or require them to retake the courses in question.
We believe there is a state-by-state movement by [solid waste companies] to retake the revenue share they have lost to recyclers," he stated.
Clark to retake the territory which properly belonged to Virginia and, as Eddlem relates, that's exactly what Clark and his riflemen did.
Will Hussein's gang retake power--or perhaps fundamentalist Shiites?