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retrospective looking back on or thinking of the past. [3 definitions]
retroussť turned upward, as a nose.
retrovirus any of a group of related RNA viruses, such as those that cause leukemia and AIDS, in which a reversal of genetic transcription occurs, from RNA to DNA rather than from DNA to RNA.
retry combined form of try.
retsina a Greek wine with pine resin added to it.
retune combined form of tune.
return to go or come back, as to a previous place or circumstance. [23 definitions]
returnable capable of being returned, re-sold, or reused. [2 definitions]
return address the address of the person who sends a letter.
returnee a person who has returned, as from a trip, or to school after having stopped attending for a while.
return ticket (chiefly British) a ticket that allows a person to travel to a given destination and back to the starting point; round trip ticket.
retype combined form of type.
Reuben a hot sandwich made with rye bread filled with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and a dressing.
reunification the act or state of being united again.
reunify to unify again.
reunion a meeting of friends, family, or past associates after a period of separation. [2 definitions]
reunite to come or bring together again after a period of separation.
reupholster combined form of upholster.
reuptake in physiology, the reabsorption of a neurotransmitter by a neuron following transmission of a nerve impulse.
reusable capable of being used more than once.
reuse to use again or use more than once. [2 definitions]