re-trace
/ree trays"/, v.t., re-traced, re-tracing.
to trace again, as lines in writing or drawing.
Also, retrace.
[1750-60; RE- + TRACE1]

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  • re-trace — [rē trās′] vt. re traced, re tracing to trace (a drawing, engraving, etc.) over again …   English World dictionary

  • re-trace — /ˌri ˈtreɪs/ (say .ree trays) verb (t) (re traced, re tracing) to trace again, as lines in writing or drawing. {re + trace1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • re-trace — /ree trays /, v.t., re traced, re tracing. to trace again, as lines in writing or drawing. Also, retrace. [1750 60; RE + TRACE1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • re-trace — [[t]riˈtreɪs[/t]] v. t. traced, trac•ing to trace again, as lines in writing or drawing • Etymology: 1750–60 …   From formal English to slang

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  • re|trace´a|ble — re|trace «rih TRAY», transitive verb, traced, trac|ing. 1. to go or trace back over: »We retraced our steps to where we started. Slowly, hesitatingly, he retraced the route the doctor had taken, down the steps onto the tough rocky ground (Graham… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ir|re|trace|a|ble — «IHR ih TRAY suh buhl», adjective. that cannot be retraced …   Useful english dictionary

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