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re·try

 (rē-trī′)
tr.v. re·tried (-trīd′), re·try·ing, re·tries (-trīz′)
1. To try (a computer command, for instance) again.
2. Law To try (a case) for a second time.
n. (rē′trī′)pl. re·tries
A second or later attempt.

retry

(riːˈtraɪ)
vb, -tries, -trying or -tried
(Law) (tr) to try again (a case already determined); give a new trial to

retry


Past participle: retried
Gerund: retrying

Imperative
retry
retry
Present
I retry
you retry
he/she/it retries
we retry
you retry
they retry
Preterite
I retried
you retried
he/she/it retried
we retried
you retried
they retried
Present Continuous
I am retrying
you are retrying
he/she/it is retrying
we are retrying
you are retrying
they are retrying
Present Perfect
I have retried
you have retried
he/she/it has retried
we have retried
you have retried
they have retried
Past Continuous
I was retrying
you were retrying
he/she/it was retrying
we were retrying
you were retrying
they were retrying
Past Perfect
I had retried
you had retried
he/she/it had retried
we had retried
you had retried
they had retried
Future
I will retry
you will retry
he/she/it will retry
we will retry
you will retry
they will retry
Future Perfect
I will have retried
you will have retried
he/she/it will have retried
we will have retried
you will have retried
they will have retried
Future Continuous
I will be retrying
you will be retrying
he/she/it will be retrying
we will be retrying
you will be retrying
they will be retrying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retrying
you have been retrying
he/she/it has been retrying
we have been retrying
you have been retrying
they have been retrying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retrying
you will have been retrying
he/she/it will have been retrying
we will have been retrying
you will have been retrying
they will have been retrying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retrying
you had been retrying
he/she/it had been retrying
we had been retrying
you had been retrying
they had been retrying
Conditional
I would retry
you would retry
he/she/it would retry
we would retry
you would retry
they would retry
Past Conditional
I would have retried
you would have retried
he/she/it would have retried
we would have retried
you would have retried
they would have retried
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.retry - hear or try a court case anew
hear, try - examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process; "The jury had heard all the evidence"; "The case will be tried in California"
Translations

retry

[ˈriːˈtraɪ] VT (Jur) [+ person] → procesar de nuevo, volver a procesar; [+ case] → rever

retry

vt (Jur) casewieder aufnehmen, neu verhandeln; (Comput) → erneut ausführen, wiederholen

retry

v. ensayar de nuevo.
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