re-answer

re-answer

vb (tr)
1. rare to answer (a question, etc) again
2. archaic to give or be an answer to someone or something
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Be aware that fraudsters often use techniques to hold your phone line open, so that when you try to dial out to verify the caller, they intercept and re-answer the call, claiming to be the bank or law enforcement.
Police have advised people to remember fraudsters often use techniques that leave phone lines open - so when you someone tried to dial out to verify the caller, they intercept and re-answer the call, claiming to be the bank or law enforcement.
In the third phase, participants re-answer phase one questions based on the information they received during the feedback and discussion in the second phase, Dalal added.
Mr Burnham was then asked if he wished to "re-answer" the question, posed by the Labour Uncut website.