Origin and Etymology of re–collect
partly from Latin recollectus, past participle of recolligere, from re- + colligere to collect; partly from re- + collect
First Known Use: 1604
Rhymes with re–collect
acrolect, architect, birth defect, circumspect, deselect, dialect, disaffect, disconnect, disinfect, disrespect, edge effect, genuflect, grapholect, incorrect, indirect, in effect, intellect, interject, intersect, introject, introspect, lake effect, misdirect, preselect, recollect, redirect, reelect, resurrect, retrospect, self-respect, side effect, turtlenecked, vivisect
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