[ ree-treet ]
/ riˈtrit /
verb (used with or without object)
to treat again.
Why Do We Say “Trick or Treat”?It's many kids' favorite part of Halloween. There’s no feeling quite like waiting for a stranger to open their door so you can scream the words "Trick or treat"! But, why do we say it? What does it actually mean?
Can be confusedre-treat retreat
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Examples from the Web for re-treat
He never ate where he killed, and he never left a track that betrayed his re-treat.Wild Animals I Have Known|Ernest Thompson Seton