- v. To patch again.
- re- + patch (Wiktionary)
“Save yourself two hours of uninstalling SP3 and manually unpatching your files, just to repatch them and have a normal computer. meow-mixer unknownsoldierx”
“Save yourself two hours of uninstalling SP3 and manually unpatching your files, just to repatch them and have a normal computer.”
“I can repatch my stereo from scratch and I've got four sources going into a DJ mixer/preamp, into a 12 band stereo EQ (I need to get a dual 31 band for my home stereo) into a bi-amped stereo.”
“Chekov slid from his seat behind Sulu and trotted into the front as the engineer reported, "I've got…some bad problems out here, Captain—a dust storm, or a cloud, or something…I just busted my tail to repatch a conduit that's been shredded by dust, and—" The channel didn't waver, Kirk heard Scott swear softly before continuing.”
“Zed-slash-repatch-one, reestablish, local parameter, verbal command "I am not here.”
“She adds, "Crews are having to repatch the same area over and over again.”
“Part of Reason's popularity is its open-ended interface: beginning users can stick to its automatically configured front panel, while advanced users can hit the Tab key and repatch modules into powerful custom rigs.”
“My question is there a way to simply repatch this to behave as a divx or xvid without reencoding?”
“There's a ton of things I would still like to do to it, including dye and age the wing harness; tea stain, patch & repatch the wings (my canvas shrunk in the wash.”
“Sure, they work, but they reek of his feet, and he had athlete’s foot, and there was that time he had to repatch the toe with duct tape.”
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