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Meanings of Retake:

verb

Take (something) again.

Usage examples:

He retook the oath of office
noun

A test or examination that is retaken.

Usage examples:

Doing some 0-level retakes at further education college

Meanings of Retaken:

verb

Take (something) again.

Usage examples:

He retook the oath of office
noun

A test or examination that is retaken.

Usage examples:

Doing some 0-level retakes at further education college

Past participle of retake

Meanings of Retaker:

noun

A person who retakes something; (now especially) a person who resits an examination or examinations.

Meanings of Retakers:

noun

A person who retakes something; (now especially) a person who resits an examination or examinations.

Retakes

ˌriːˈteɪk

Meanings of Retakes:

verb

Take (something) again.

Usage examples:

He retook the oath of office
noun

A test or examination that is retaken.

Usage examples:

Doing some 0-level retakes at further education college

Meanings of Retaking:

verb

Take (something) again.

Usage examples:

He retook the oath of office
noun

A test or examination that is retaken.

Usage examples:

Doing some 0-level retakes at further education college

Retaliate

rɪˈtæl.i.eɪt

Meanings of Retaliate:

verb

Make an attack in return for a similar attack.

Usage examples:

The blow stung and she retaliated immediately

Retaliated

rɪˈtæl.i.eɪt

Meanings of Retaliated:

verb

Make an attack in return for a similar attack.

Usage examples:

The blow stung and she retaliated immediately

Retaliates

rɪˈtalɪeɪt

Meanings of Retaliates:

verb

Make an attack in return for a similar attack.

Usage examples:

The blow stung and she retaliated immediately

Retaliating

rɪˈtalɪeɪt

Meanings of Retaliating:

verb

Make an attack in return for a similar attack.

Usage examples:

The blow stung and she retaliated immediately

Retaliation

rɪˌtæl.iˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Retaliation:

noun

The action of returning a military attack; counter-attack.

Usage examples:

The bombings are believed to be in retaliation for the trial of 15 suspects

Meanings of Retaliations:

noun

The action of returning a military attack; counter-attack.

Usage examples:

The bombings are believed to be in retaliation for the trial of 15 suspects

Retaliatory

rɪˈtæl.i.ə.tər.i

Meanings of Retaliatory:

adjective

(of an action) characterized by a desire for revenge.

Usage examples:

Fears of a retaliatory attack by the victim's friends

Meanings of Retalk:

verb

To discuss (a matter) for a second or further time.

Meanings of Retallies:

noun

The action or an instance of tallying something again; a second or subsequent tally.

verb

To count or reckon again.

Meanings of Retama:

noun

Any of several closely related shrubs allied to the brooms; especially retama monosperma, of sandy coastal regions in spain and north africa, and cytisus supranubius, found at high altitude on tenerife, canary islands. in later use also (also in form retama): any plant of the genus retama, or the genus itself.

Retard

rɪˈtɑːd

Meanings of Retard:

verb

Delay or hold back in terms of progress or development.

Usage examples:

Our progress was retarded by unforeseen difficulties
noun

A person who has a mental disability (often used as a general term of abuse).

Meanings of Retardance:

noun

The action of slowing down or delaying a person or thing, especially with regard to progress or development; the fact or condition of being delayed or slowed down.

Meanings of Retardant:

adjective

(chiefly of a synthetic or treated fabric or substance) not readily susceptible to fire.

Usage examples:

Fire-retardant polymers
noun

A fabric or substance that prevents or inhibits something, especially the outbreak of fire.

Usage examples:

A brand of fire retardant

Retardants

rɪˈtɑːd(ə)nt

Meanings of Retardants:

noun

A fabric or substance that prevents or inhibits something, especially the outbreak of fire.

Usage examples:

A brand of fire retardant
adjective

(chiefly of a synthetic or treated fabric or substance) not readily susceptible to fire.

Usage examples:

Fire-retardant polymers

Retardate

rɪˈtɑːdeɪt

Meanings of Retardate:

noun

A person who has a mental disability.

Retardates

rɪˈtɑːdeɪt

Meanings of Retardates:

noun

A person who has a mental disability.

Retardation

ˌriː.tɑːˈdeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Retardation:

noun

The action of delaying or slowing the progress or development of something.

Usage examples:

The goals of treatment include retardation of disease progression

Retarded

rɪˈtɑː.dɪd

Meanings of Retarded:

adjective

Less advanced in mental, physical, or social development than is usual for one's age.

Usage examples:

He was also an adolescent with retarded social development, a peter pan who never grew up.
verb

Delay or hold back in terms of progress or development.

Usage examples:

Our progress was retarded by unforeseen difficulties

Meanings of Retardee:

noun

A person who has learning difficulties or a mental disability.

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