noun re·fait \rəˈfā\

Definition of refait



  1. :  a drawn or inconclusive game or coup in the game of trente-et-quarante requiring a new deal or turn to effect a decision

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Origin and Etymology of refait

French, from refait, past participle of refaire to remake, do over again, repair, deal (cards) over again, from Old French, to remake, do over again, repair, from re- + faire to make, do, from Latin facere — more at do

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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