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ret·ro1 / ˈretrō/ • adj. imitative of a style, fashion, or design from the recent past: retro 60s fashions. • n. clothes or music whose style or design is imitative of those of the recent past: a look that mixes Italian casual wear and American retro. ret·ro2 • n. (pl. -tros) short for retrorocket.

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RETRO

[Latin, Back; backward; behind.] A prefix used to designate a prior condition or time.

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RETRO

RETRO (or Retro) (ˈrɛtrəʊ) Astronautics (USA) Retrofire Officer

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