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re- +‎ tear.

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retear (third-person singular simple present retears, present participle retearing, simple past retore, past participle retorn)

  1. To tear again.
    • 2009 March 9, Joe Lapointe, “Surgery Will Keep Alex Rodriguez Out Until May”, in New York Times[1]:
      “We feel the risk is very limited that he will retear his labrum during that six- to seven-month period.”

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