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revoice

[ ree-vois ]
/ riˈvɔɪs /
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verb (used with object), re·voiced, re·voic·ing.
to voice again or in return; echo.
to readjust the tone of: to revoice an organ pipe.
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Origin of revoice

First recorded in1600–10; re- + voice
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British Dictionary definitions for revoice

revoice
/ (riːˈvɔɪs) /

verb (intr)
to utter again; echo
to adjust the design of (an organ pipe or wind instrument) as after disuse or to conform with modern pitch
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