respool

respool

(riːˈspuːl)
vb (tr)
to rewind onto a spool
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Wary of break-offs, Quinn worked with 14-pound line but soon had to respool. The extra diving depth afforded by 10-pound made a big difference in the number of bites.
The reels are respooled with fresh monofilament, about 700 yards each, before every tournament.
In the third and fifth reels, Sabu respools to the fight again, following various other characters in the ballroom and their separate escapes, with all the strands eventually meeting for an ironic coda.
Loping gaits suddenly reverse direction as if the film had to be respooled. A man deliberately directs himself toward a fallen partner only to find, when he reaches him, that another has taken his place.
Once impregnated with the melamine resin, the paper travels suspended through a dryer system built into the Babcock system and is then respooled.