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retie

Line breaks: re¦tie
Pronunciation: /riːˈtʌɪ
 
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Definition of retie in English:

verb (reties, retying, retied)

[with object]
Tie (something) again.
Example sentences
  • Gabriel burst into laughter as he hopped out of the pool, retying the wet towel around his waist and running a hand through his hair.
  • If I tied a knot incorrectly, he'd say, ‘No,’ and retie it.
  • A short time later, we were riding the elevator up to the top floor, high above downtown Pittsburgh, as Esther nervously retied her neck scarf and checked her makeup.

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