Redouble



verb (used with object), redoubled, redoubling.
1.
to double; make twice as great:
to redouble one’s efforts.
2.
to echo or reecho.
3.
Bridge. to double the double of (an opponent).
4.
to go back over:
to redouble one’s footsteps.
5.
Archaic. to repeat.
verb (used without object), redoubled, redoubling.
6.
to be doubled; become twice as great.
7.
to be echoed; resound.
8.
Bridge. to double the double of an opponent.
noun
9.
Bridge. the act of doubling one’s opponent’s double.
10.
Fencing. an attack in a line other than that of the previous attack, made after the failure of the opponent to follow his or her parry of the previous attack with a riposte.
verb
1.
to make or become much greater in intensity, number, etc: to redouble one’s efforts
2.
to send back (sounds) or (of sounds) to be sent back; echo or re-echo
3.
(bridge) to double (an opponent’s double)
noun
4.
the act of redoubling

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