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Meanings of Rescoring:

verb

Revise the score of (a piece of music).

Usage examples:

Berlioz got him to rescore a number of his earlier pieces to remarkable effect, and the influence l…

Meanings of Rescounter:

noun

The settlement or payment of differences on accounts. also: an agreement to pay the sum due on a balance of accounts.

Rescreen

ˌriːˈskriːn

Meanings of Rescreen:

verb

To screen again; specifically to show (a film or television programme) again.

Meanings of Rescreened:

verb

To screen again; specifically to show (a film or television programme) again.

Rescreening

ˌriːˈskriːn

Meanings of Rescreening:

noun

An act or the action of screening a person or thing for a second or further time.

verb

To test or examine someone or something again to discover if there is anything wrong with them

Usage examples:

After the security breach was detected, the flight was delayed and the 400 passengers rescreened., …

Rescreens

ˌriːˈskriːn

Meanings of Rescreens:

verb

To screen again; specifically to show (a film or television programme) again.

Rescript

riːˈskrɪpt

Meanings of Rescript:

noun

An official edict or announcement.

Usage examples:

The tsar published a rescript which brought the government's reformist intentions into the public d…
verb

Revise or rewrite.

Usage examples:

This move forced forsyth to rescript the scene

Meanings of Rescription:

noun

The action or an act of rewriting or transcribing something.

Meanings of Rescriptive:

adjective

Of the nature of a rescript; made in reply; that decides or settles a matter.

Rescripts

riːˈskrɪpt

Meanings of Rescripts:

noun

An official edict or announcement.

Usage examples:

The tsar published a rescript which brought the government's reformist intentions into the public d…
verb

Revise or rewrite.

Usage examples:

This move forced forsyth to rescript the scene

Rescue

ˈres.kjuː

Meanings of Rescue:

verb

Save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

Firemen rescued a man trapped in the river
noun

An act of saving or being saved from danger or difficulty.

Usage examples:

The dramatic rescue of nine trapped coal miners

Rescued

ˈres.kjuː

Meanings of Rescued:

verb

Save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

Firemen rescued a man trapped in the river
noun

An act of saving or being saved from danger or difficulty.

Usage examples:

The dramatic rescue of nine trapped coal miners

Rescuer

ˈrɛskjuːə

Meanings of Rescuer:

noun

A person who saves someone from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

All reached safety and thanked their rescuers

Rescuers

ˈres.kjuː.ər

Meanings of Rescuers:

noun

A person who saves someone from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

All reached safety and thanked their rescuers

Rescues

ˈrɛskjuː

Meanings of Rescues:

verb

Save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

Firemen rescued a man trapped in the river
noun

An act of saving or being saved from danger or difficulty.

Usage examples:

The dramatic rescue of nine trapped coal miners

Rescuing

ˈrɛskjuː

Meanings of Rescuing:

verb

Save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation.

Usage examples:

Firemen rescued a man trapped in the river
noun

An act of saving or being saved from danger or difficulty.

Usage examples:

The dramatic rescue of nine trapped coal miners

Reseal

ˌriːˈsiːl

Meanings of Reseal:

verb

Seal (something) again.

Usage examples:

Staff resealed the ballot box, witnessed by others.

Meanings of Resealable:

adjective

Used for describing containers that can be sealed (= closed tightly) again after they have been opened

Usage examples:

Resealable sandwich bags

Resealed

riːˈsiːl

Meanings of Resealed:

verb

Seal (something) again.

Usage examples:

Staff resealed the ballot box, witnessed by others.

Resealing

ˌriːˈsiːl

Meanings of Resealing:

verb

Seal (something) again.

Usage examples:

Staff resealed the ballot box, witnessed by others.

Reseals

ˌriːˈsiːl

Meanings of Reseals:

verb

Seal (something) again.

Usage examples:

Staff resealed the ballot box, witnessed by others.

Research

rɪˈsɜːtʃ

Meanings of Research:

noun

The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Usage examples:

The group carries out research in geochemistry
verb

Investigate systematically.

Usage examples:

She has spent the last five years researching her people's history

Researched

rɪˈsɜːtʃ

Meanings of Researched:

verb

Investigate systematically.

Usage examples:

She has spent the last five years researching her people's history
noun

The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Usage examples:

The group carries out research in geochemistry

Researcher

rɪˈsɜː.tʃər

Meanings of Researcher:

noun

A person who carries out academic or scientific research.

Usage examples:

A medical researcher who pioneered the development of antibiotics

Researchers

rɪˈsɜː.tʃər

Meanings of Researchers:

noun

A person who carries out academic or scientific research.

Usage examples:

A medical researcher who pioneered the development of antibiotics

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