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re take

verb as in repossess

verb as in recapture

verb as in retake

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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.

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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.