repic

or re·pique

[ ri-peek ]
/ rɪˈpik /

noun Piquet.

the scoring of 30 points in the declaration of hands before one's opponent scores a point.
the bonus of 60 points won for so scoring.

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Origin of repic

< French, derivative of repiquer to prick, punch again. See re-, pique1
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British Dictionary definitions for repique

repique
/ (rɪˈpiːk) piquet /

noun

a score of 30 points made from the cards held by a player before play begins

verb

to score a repique against (someone)

Word Origin for repique

from French repiq
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