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reattempt

Line breaks: re|attempt
Pronunciation: /riːəˈtɛm(p)t
 
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Definition of reattempt in English:

verb

[with object]
Attempt to achieve (something) again: I reattempted entry
More example sentences
  • I wasn't here so they left one of those little, scrawled notes that they'd reattempt delivery the next day.
  • If they are taking a diuretic, the dosage should be reduced or held for three days before reattempting therapy.
  • Soldiers enlisted through the scheme who fail to immediately meet the requirements of the Special Forces Entry Test will be offered the option to reattempt the test at a later date.

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