retape

retape

(ˌriːˈteɪp)
vb (tr)
to tape again
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We wound up our faces in confusion, ready to retape the box shut, when we thought we should check with Dad just in case.
I did the show, and a week later I got a call saying that the host wanted me to retape it because he felt it was too gay and that he would like me to talk about being gay once, and for the rest of my five minutes, not mention it again.
Si cette victoire a retape le moral des Setifiens qui ont provisoirement pris la tete du classement, les deboires du Raja a la Botola apres la Coupe du Trone se poursuivent et se ressemblent.
Et c'est dans cette trajectoire que l'environnement auquel il est porte atteinte va etre retape avec plusieurs projets de restauration, de reamenagement, d'implantation.
Once I have the pad bolted down tight, I retape the stock with masking tape and very carefully cut a line around the pad with the X-Acto knife and I do mean cut.
When it comes time to retape, just clean off the dust and apply new tape right over the old.
Les anciens presidents Gamal Abdel Nasser, Anouar Sadate et Hosni Moubarak faisaient de la retape pour des versions du debat qui, esperaient-ils, allaient leur gagner la loyaute d'un grand nombre d'Eegyptiens.
I like tape instead of a Sharpie or scratched-in line because if your load and bullet changes for a certain rifle, you can retape the ramrod and not have a half dozen dangerously confusing marks on your ramrod.
Ce n'est qu'a retape suivante qu'il trouvera une echappatoire : le conflit modal debouchera sur une nouvelle modalite.
After each scene is taped, the group decides whether to accept the segment or to retape.
This reflects Ryman's process as well: The panels were not created in strict succession but in a series of passes that find the artist building out from the corner and then doubling back to retape and repaint.
Step 4: Have students retape their passage a second time (oral expression, visual input).