[ ree-ri-kawrd ]
/ ˌri rɪˈkɔrd /
verb (used with object)
to record (something) another time.
to transfer (a recording) from one process to another, as from shellac to long-playing record.
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Origin of re-record
First recorded in 1925–30
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British Dictionary definitions for re-record
to make a recording of (something recorded before) againthey had to re-record it in the studio
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Word Origin and History for re-record
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