transitive + intransitive
: to sight again or anew; such as
: to get or catch sight of (someone or something) again
- The use of these bands has allowed the community of biologists (and the public) to resight these birds over time …, [Bryan] Watts said.
: to aim (something) again by means of a sight (see 1sight 8a)
- The [unidentified] professional hunter … had had enough. "Tom," he said sweetly, "I think you should resight your rifle again. … "
- —David E. Petzal
- One can … calculate how long a single shooter would take to shoot, reload, resight, shoot again …
- —Ron Rosenbaum