a) To litigate again; to sue or pursue legal remedy a second or further time.

Like Mr bin Laden, Mr Gingrich is apparently still relitigating the victories and defeats of religious wars fought in Europe and the Middle East centuries ago.

b) To dispute, debate, contest again.

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