re-do


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re-do

(riːˈduː) past tense re-did (riːˈdid) : past participle re-done (riːˈdan) verb
to do again. Your homework will have to be re-done.
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Beaten in a play-off by Frenchman Jeff Lucquin, McIlroy said: "It's still to this day the one event that I think of that I would like to re-do - get a mulligan."
Local authorities can order utility companies to re-do a job if they are dissatisfied with the standard of work completed.
Mind you, a petition to re-do the final series has reached 1.5 million.
I suspect for those making the loudest calls to re-do GoT, the extent of their creativity starts and ends at deciding which toppings to put on their Domino's pizza order.
Summary: Washington D.C [U.S.A], May 16 (ANI): Has your school teacher ever asked you to re-do your homework?
Kg (re-do) is the property owner of the special airport oberpfaffenhofen.
It's probably no coincidence that 60% was roughly Liverpool's Remain vote in the referendum - people who want a re-do are assuming the result would be different.
He also sees both his parents working and dividing the housework as close to equally as is possible with a mum who has such OCD standards that she often has to re-do things properly.
The TV favourites could Get Ready To Rhumble all over again after Simon Cowell hinted he'd like to see them re-do the track for its 25th anniversary.
A candidate who fails to take the re-test will have to register a fresh and re-do the course.
Do this instead - get bucket, a stiff bristle brush and some bleach or detergent, and simply scrub the paving, leave the bleach to work, then re-do and rinse.
Do this instead - get a bucket, a stiff bristle brush and some bleach or detergent, and simply scrub the paving, leave the bleach to work, then re-do and rinse.