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Words beginning with the prefix re-

The prefix re- means again and can be used to adapt the meaning of a word. For example re- + play = replay (or play again).

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I will revise for my exams.
The football team drew so they had to replay the game.
I have a reflector on my bike.
Do I have to repeat everything three times?
A rebellion is open, organized, and armed resistance to a government or ruler.
Refresh the web page to get the latest scores.
Malcolm wants to take revenge.
The dog retrieved the ball.
It's time for us to return home.
The critic gave the show a good review.
Remember to wash your hair with shampoo.
My initial reaction was amazement.
The striker let the ball rebound off the post.
The tiger began to retreat.
You will need to reverse your car out of the drive.
We can be environmentally responsible by recycling our waste.

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