In French we can use the prefix re- to mean again (prendre = to take, reprendre = to take back/again). It's sometimes a real verb (like reprendre), but it's not standard or semi-standard when we use it with certain verbs. But still we do and it.
So instead of saying "j'ai encore cassé ce vase" (formal), I could say "j'ai recassé ce vase" (informal), which means "I broke this vase again".
I could even say "j'ai re-re-recassé ce vase" if it's the forth time I've broken it. It's only used in spoken French, (often to be funny).
Is there a comparable way in English to say "again for the n-th time"?
Note: I understand not every verb starting with re means ... again, far from it.