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American English: /riˈlaɪt/
British English: /riːˈlʌɪt/

Translation of relight in Spanish:

transitive verb past tense & past participle relighted or relit

  • volver a encender
    Example sentences
    • Becky used her magic to create a spark of light that relit the torches.
    • Fortunately, Lawrence remembered where the light switches were so the place was relit with illumination.
    • Torches were then lighted from the bonfire and carried to each home to relight the hearth fire.

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