redux

[ ri-duhks ]
/ rɪˈdʌks /

adjective

brought back; resurgent: the Victorian era redux.

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Origin of redux

1650–60; <Latin: returning (as from war or exile), noun derivative (with passive sense) of redūcere to bring back; see reduce
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British Dictionary definitions for redux

redux
/ (ˈriːdʌks) /

adjective

(usually postpositive) (esp of an artistic work) presented in a new wayApocalypse Now Redux

Word Origin for redux

C20: Latin: brought back
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Medical definitions for redux

Redux
[ rēdŭks′ ]

A trademark for the drug dexfenfluramine hydrochloride.
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