Rehash vs Retake - What's the difference?

rehash | retake |


As verbs the difference between rehash and retake

is that rehash is to rework old material (physical material, ideas, documents etc), redo some work, with some variations while retake is to take something again.

As nouns the difference between rehash and retake

is that rehash is something reworked, or made up from old materials while retake is a scene that is filmed again, or a picture that is photographed again.

rehash

English

Verb

(es)
  • To rework old material (physical material, ideas, documents etc), redo some work, with some variations.
  • Today's parliamentary session only rehashed last week's arguments.
    The CEO of the company only rehashed a speech for the news conference.
    The general rehashed plans for the war.
  • (computing) To recompute the structure of a hash table, taking into account any newly added items.
  • Noun

    (es)
  • Something reworked, or made up from old materials.
  • He wrote a bad rehash of an earlier essay.
  • (computing) A recomputation of the structure of a hash table, taking into account any newly added items.
  • retake

    English

    Verb

  • to take something again
  • to take something back
  • to capture or occupy somewhere again
  • :The army tried repeatedly to retake the fort they had been driven from.
  • to photograph or film again
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • a scene that is filmed again, or a picture that is photographed again