Retaker Re*tak"er, n. One who takes again what has been taken; a recaptor. --Kent. [1913 Webster]

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  • retaker — noun One who retakes. Most of the test retakers failed …   Wiktionary

  • retaker — n. one who takes back, one who takes again; one who reshoots a photograph or film sequence …   English contemporary dictionary

  • retaker — re·taker …   English syllables

  • retaker — (ˈ)rē+ noun ( s) : one that retakes …   Useful english dictionary

  • retake — retaker, n. v. /ree tayk /; n. /ree tayk /, v., retook, retaken, retaking, n. v.t. 1. to take again; take back. 2. to recapture. 3. to photograph or film again. n. 4. the act of photographing or filming again. 5. a picture, scene, sequence, etc …   Universalium

  • retake — verb (t) /ˌriˈteɪk/ (say .ree tayk) (retook, retaken, retaking) 1. to take again; take back. 2. to recapture. 3. Film to film again. –noun /ˈriteɪk/ (say reetayk) 4. a retaking, as of a picture. 5. a scene, sequence, etc., which is to be or has… …   Australian English dictionary

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