Retrieved | Define Retrieved at Dictionary.com
Retrieved definition, to recover or regain: to retrieve the stray ball. See more.
Retrieve | Definition of Retrieve by Merriam-Webster
Verb. Many archaeological relics were retrieved from the site. Police retrieved his stolen car. You can quickly retrieve data. The files were retrieved from the computer. He was able to retrieve the document. The dog is learning how to retrieve. The dog has been trained to retrieve birds.
Retrieved - definition of retrieved by The Free Dictionary
a. To get back into one's grasp, possession, or control, especially from a known place or a place of storage: retrieved his coat from the closet.
Retrieved Synonyms, Retrieved Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
"You mean old King Solomon was," he retrieved himself quickly. He retrieved his wire and then looked at the horse kicking on the ground. Sorko scrambling to his feet, shuffling to the table, where he retrieved his bowl.
retrieve | Definition of retrieve in English by Oxford ...
‘In her dream, there had been words for everything, but now it was like cupping water, or trying to retrieve a long lost memory - impossible.’ ‘Julia hesitates, but suggests that perhaps some memories can be retrieved through hypnosis.’
retrieve - Wiktionary
(transitive) To regain or get back something. to retrieve one's character or independence; to retrieve a thrown ball Dryden With late repentance now they would retrieve / The bodies they forsook, and wish to live.· (transitive) To rescue (a creature).· (transitive) To salvage something (transitive) To remedy or rectify something ...