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re·take

 (rē-tāk′)
tr.v. re·took (-to͝ok′), re·tak·en (-tā′kən), re·tak·ing, re·takes
1. To take back or again.
2. To recapture.
3. To photograph, film, or record again.
n. (rē′tāk′)
1. A taking again.
2. The act or an instance of photographing, filming, or recording again.

retake

vb (tr) , -takes, -taking, -took or -taken
1. to take back or capture again: to retake a fortress.
2. (Film) films to shoot again (a shot or scene)
3. (Electronics) to tape again (a recording)
n
4. (Film) films a rephotographed shot or scene
5. (Electronics) a retaped recording
reˈtaker n

re•take

(v. riˈteɪk; n. ˈriˌteɪk)

v. -took, -tak•en, -tak•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to take again; take back.
2. to recapture.
3. to photograph or film again.
n.
4. the act of photographing or filming again.
5. a picture, scene, etc., that is to be or has been photographed or filmed again.
[1580–90]

retake


Past participle: retaken
Gerund: retaking

Imperative
retake
retake
Present
I retake
you retake
he/she/it retakes
we retake
you retake
they retake
Preterite
I retook
you retook
he/she/it retook
we retook
you retook
they retook
Present Continuous
I am retaking
you are retaking
he/she/it is retaking
we are retaking
you are retaking
they are retaking
Present Perfect
I have retaken
you have retaken
he/she/it has retaken
we have retaken
you have retaken
they have retaken
Past Continuous
I was retaking
you were retaking
he/she/it was retaking
we were retaking
you were retaking
they were retaking
Past Perfect
I had retaken
you had retaken
he/she/it had retaken
we had retaken
you had retaken
they had retaken
Future
I will retake
you will retake
he/she/it will retake
we will retake
you will retake
they will retake
Future Perfect
I will have retaken
you will have retaken
he/she/it will have retaken
we will have retaken
you will have retaken
they will have retaken
Future Continuous
I will be retaking
you will be retaking
he/she/it will be retaking
we will be retaking
you will be retaking
they will be retaking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retaking
you have been retaking
he/she/it has been retaking
we have been retaking
you have been retaking
they have been retaking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retaking
you will have been retaking
he/she/it will have been retaking
we will have been retaking
you will have been retaking
they will have been retaking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retaking
you had been retaking
he/she/it had been retaking
we had been retaking
you had been retaking
they had been retaking
Conditional
I would retake
you would retake
he/she/it would retake
we would retake
you would retake
they would retake
Past Conditional
I would have retaken
you would have retaken
he/she/it would have retaken
we would have retaken
you would have retaken
they would have retaken
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.retake - a shot or scene that is photographed again
take - the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
Verb1.retake - take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort"
take - take by force; "Hitler took the Baltic Republics"; "The army took the fort on the hill"
reconquer - conquer anew; "The country reconquered the territory lost in the previous war"
2.retake - capture again; "recapture the escaped prisoner"
capture, catch, get - succeed in catching or seizing, especially after a chase; "We finally got the suspect"; "Did you catch the thief?"
3.retake - photograph again; "Please retake that scene"
photography, picture taking - the act of taking and printing photographs
photograph, shoot, snap - record on photographic film; "I photographed the scene of the accident"; "She snapped a picture of the President"

retake

verb
To occupy or take again:
Translations
تَصْوير الفِلم ثانِيَةًيَأخُذ ثانِيَةًيُصَوِّر الفِلم ثانِيَةًيُعيدُ اِمْتِهاناً
dobýt zpětopakovaný záběropakovatznovu natočit
gå op igentilbageerobre
suorittaa uudelleen
ponovno polagati
megismételt felvételújra forgatutóvizsgautóvizsgát tesz
endurupptakataka aftur, ná aftur á sitt valdtaka upp aftur
再受験する
시험을 다시 치르다
atkariautiperfilmuoti
filmēt no jaunano jauna ieņemtpārfilmēšanapārfilmēt
dobyť späťopakovaný záberznova natočiť
göra om tentamen
สอบใหม่
yeniden almakyeniden çekimyeniden çekmekyeniden sınava girmek
thi lại

retake

(retook (vb: pt) (retaken (pp)))
A. [ˈriːteɪk] N (Cine) → repetición f
B. [ˌriːˈteɪk] VT
1. (Mil) → volver a tomar
2. (Cine) → repetir, volver a tomar
3. [+ exam] → presentarse segunda vez a; [+ subject] → examinarse otra vez de

retake

[riːˈteɪk]
vt
(= recapture) → reprendre
[+ exam, course] → repasser
[ˈriːteɪk] n
(CINEMA) [scene] → retournage m
The director was dissatisfied even after several retakes → Le metteur en scène n'était pas satisfait, même après plusieurs prises.
retake of a scene → retournage d'une scène
(= exam) → rattrapage m, deuxième session f
If you fail, retakes are in September → Si tu échoues les rattrapages sont en septembre.

retake

vb: pret <retook>, ptp <retaken>
vt
(Mil) townzurückerobern; he was retaken (prisoner)er wurde wieder gefangen genommen
(Film) → nochmals aufnehmen
(Sport) penaltywiederholen
examwiederholen
n (Film) → Neuaufnahme f; (of exam)Wiederholung(sprüfung) f; we need a retake of that scenewir müssen die Szene noch einmal filmen

retake

[ˈriːteɪk] (retook (vb:pt) (retaken (pp)))
1. vt
a. (city, hall) → riprendere, riconquistare; (prisoner) → ricatturare
b. (Cine) → nuova ripresa; (scene) → girare di nuovo
c. (exam) → ridare
2. n
a. (exam) → esame m di riparazione

retake

(riːˈteik) past tense ˌreˈtook (-ˈtuk) : past participle ˌreˈtaken verb
1. to capture again. The soldiers retook the fort.
2. to film (part of a film etc) again.
(ˈriːteik) noun
the filming of part of a film again. the fourth retake.

retake

يُعيدُ اِمْتِهاناً opakovat gå op igen die Prüfung wiederholen ξαναδίνω εξετάσεις volver a examinarse, volver a presentar un examen suorittaa uudelleen repasser ponovno polagati sostenere nuovamente un esame 再受験する 시험을 다시 치르다 herkansen gjøre på nytt powtórzyć egzamin refazer uma prova, repetir um exame пересдавать экзамен göra om tentamen สอบใหม่ yeniden sınava girmek thi lại 补考
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They partially succeeded, but were severely wounded and retaken; then dragged to the blazing pyre, and burnt to death in the sight of their retreating comrades.
But before that order was given- almost as soon in fact as the adjutant had left Borodino- the bridge had been retaken by the Russians and burned, in the very skirmish at which Pierre had been present at the beginning of the battle.
For example, --after a weary and perilous chase and capture of a whale, the body may get loose from the ship by reason of a violent storm; and drifting far away to leeward, be retaken by a second whaler, who, in a calm, snugly tows it alongside, without risk of life or line.
The history of war, in that quarter of the globe, is no longer a history of nations subdued and empires overturned, but of towns taken and retaken; of battles that decide nothing; of retreats more beneficial than victories; of much effort and little acquisition.
The dialogue represented the conversation which took place between them, when the slave was retaken the third time.
Left an orphan, she was married against her will to the old rajah of Bundelcund; and, knowing the fate that awaited her, she escaped, was retaken, and devoted by the rajah's relatives, who had an interest in her death, to the sacrifice from which it seemed she could not escape.
He had not wish to perfect his escape -- he was content to remain in that enchanting spot until retaken.
Forts were erected at the different points that commanded the facilities of the route, and were taken and retaken, razed and rebuilt, as victory alighted on the hostile banners.
Fifty were retaken at one time on this next day, within the prison walls; but their fate did not deter others, for there they went in spite of everything, and there they were taken in twos and threes, twice or thrice a day, all through the week.
In fact the Rochellais had made a sortie during the night, and had retaken a bastion of which the royal army had gained possession two days before.
"It would make very little difference to me," said Caderousse, "if I were retaken, I am a poor creature to live alone, and sometimes pine for my old comrades; not like you, heartless creature, who would be glad never to see them again." Andrea did more than tremble this time, he turned pale.
However, several people watching the match believe that the forward's penalty should have been retaken after a replay showed that the 32-year-old crept forward from his line as the shot was struck.