Definition of retrick in English:

retrick

verb

  • 1rare with object "to retrick one's beams": to recover mentally or physically from a setback; to rally one's strength or spirits; to refocus.

  • 2with object To trick again; to readjust; (especially poetic) (of the sun or the moon) to rearrange or remuster (its rays).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Dublin University Magazine. From re- + trick.

Pronunciation

retrick

/ˌriːˈtrɪk/