Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for retaking

the act of taking something back


Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Iraqi forces are enjoying success after retaking Beiji, the largest town taken back from ISIL militants since ISIL swept across swathes of Iraq in June.
He thanked the governor's house and the judiciary for cooperation in retaking the house, saying still some land belonging to the department remained in illegal custody of grabbers.
Manuel noted some suspended lawyers who were required to retake the bar exam applied for reinstatement before retaking the exam.
12, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NYSCOPBA remembers September 13, 1971, the day the retaking of the Attica Prison was forever burned into our nation's history books.
French and Malian troops have retaken the airport, very soon we will move into Timbuktu and continue retaking the north of the country," Malian Captain Konate said.
Mr Lightman said the numbers retaking all or part of the course are "higher than expected and show the extent of the problem".
The other major factor is retaking exams in order to improve results.
Vice President Paramananda Jha said Sunday he would not abide by an order from the country's top court that gave him a choice between retaking his oath of office in the Nepali language or losing his post.
The full bench of the court has also asked the government to make preparations for retaking of the oath of the vice president.
Critics of the exam system say it is easier for sixth-formers to get better grades by taking and retaking modules in "bite-sized" chunks.
At my initial interview at MPW I heard that the previous year they had eight students retaking for dentistry and their success rate was 100 per cent," said Sarah.
Amanpreet Bal has spent thousands of pounds on retaking two of her A-levels to win the university place she wants.