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Definition of "retaken" [retaken]

  • Taken again. (adjective)
  • Past participle of retake (verb)

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Use "retaken" in a sentence
  • "Bergerac was retaken from the English in the reign of Charles the"
  • "Up to that time seventy-four French vessels had been taken and more than eighty had been retaken from the French."
  • "We have seen already that the "half way" naval station at the Cape of Good Hope had been retaken from the Dutch in 1806, the year in which the Berlin decree was issued."