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How to spell RELEAD correctly?

The misspelling "relead" might be corrected to "reload" if the intended meaning is to refill or charge something again. Alternatively, if the intended meaning is to assume the lead role again, "reassumed" or "retook" could be appropriate suggestions.

List of suggestions on how to spell relead correctly

  • lead He was chosen to lead the group to their destination.
  • read
  • reed
  • Reeled He reeled from the impact of the punch.
  • Relaid "The plumber relaid the pipes to fix the leak.
  • relay
  • released The company has officially released the new version of their software today.
  • Relied I relied on my support system to help me through this tough time.
  • reload Please reload the webpage to update it with the latest information.
  • reloads The soldier quickly reloads his weapon after firing at the enemy.
  • reread I had to reread the chapter multiple times to fully understand it.
  • riled The politician's controversial statement riled up the opposition.
  • ruled After the death of her father, Queen Elizabeth II was ruled by her ministers.

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