View definitions for re take
verb as in recover
verb as in regain
verb as in repossess
verb as in resume
verb as in recapture
verb as in reassume
verb as in reoccupy
Putting things in perspective, if the Republicans do not win Florida, they cannot re-take the White House.
Democrats will re-take the House, hold the Senate and Obama will be reelected; a stunning rebuke of the Tea Party.
"I guess we'll have to make a re-take in getting back our films," he added, with grim humor.
The Frenchmen, who must by this time have seen the raft, appeared determined to re-take them.
There was no doubt but that they meant to re-take him were such a thing possible.
No sooner had she struck than the squadron hove-to and the boats were ordered to pull in to re-take her.
Next morning they would assault and re-take the towers, then march to the relief of Beaugency.
On this page you'll find 169 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to re-take, such as: get back, reclaim, recoup, regain, repair, and rescue.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.