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retell

[ ree-tel ]
/ riˈtɛl /
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verb (used with object), re·told [ree-tohld], /riˈtoʊld/, re·tell·ing.
to tell (a story, tale, etc.) over again or in a new way: It’s Sleeping Beauty retold with a different twist.
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retell
/ (riːˈtɛl) /

verb -tells, -telling or -told (tr)
to relate (a story, etc) again or differently
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