Retaker

retake

[v. ree-teyk; n. ree-teyk]
verb (used with object), retook, retaken, retaking.
1.
to take again; take back.
2.
to recapture.
3.
to photograph or film again.
noun
4.
the act of photographing or filming again.
5.
a picture, scene, sequence, etc., that is to be or has been photographed or filmed again.

Origin:
1580–90; re- + take

retaker, noun
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retake
 
vb , -takes, -taking, -took, -taken
1.  to take back or capture again: to retake a fortress
2.  films to shoot again (a shot or scene)
3.  to tape again (a recording)
 
n
4.  films a rephotographed shot or scene
5.  a retaped recording
 
re'taker
 
n

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retake
1436, "to take back," from re- "back, again" + take (v.). Meaning "to recapture" is recorded from 1645; sense of "to record a second time" is attested from 1962.
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