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retrieve

verb /rəˈtriːv/
to get back (something which was lost etc)
recuperar, recobrar
My hat blew away, but I managed to retrieve it Our team retrieved its lead in the second half.
(of usually trained dogs) to search for and bring back (birds or animals that have been shot by a hunter).
cobrar
retrieval noun
recuperación
retriever noun a breed of dog trained to find and bring back birds and animals that have been shot
perro cobrador, perdiguero
a Golden Retriever.
(Definition of retrieve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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