- to work up (old material) in a new form.
- the act of rehashing.
- something rehashed.
Origin of rehash
Examples from the Web for rehash
The first is that it is largely a rehash of much of what we already know, or think we know, about the Obama White House.Chuck Todd’s Lousy Obama Takedown
November 14, 2014
In response, Bevin's campaign dismissed the report as "a rehash of an old story."Cockfighting Could Decide Kentucky Senate Campaign
April 25, 2014
The court did not ask to rehear and rehash all of the evidence presented in the first two trials.Amanda Knox Will Never Visit Italy Again
Barbie Latza Nadeau
January 30, 2014
Wilde recently stopped by The Tonight Show to rehash her Twitter feud with Bieber (and his almost 36 million followers).Justin Timberlake, Pope Francis, ‘The Bachelor’ and More Viral Videos
The Daily Beast Video
March 16, 2013
Here's Josh Barro, getting it right: Romney repeatedly talked about his “five-point plan,” which is a rehash of Bush-era policies.Obama Wins, the Middle Class Loses
October 17, 2012
A rehash of them can be found in the Sixth Book of the Magnalia.Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather
Charles W. Upham
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half-hour.The Naval History of the United States
Willis J. Abbot.
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses half an hour.Strange True Stories of Louisiana
George Washington Cable
The later works of Kabbalists are a rehash of the older works.Chapters on Jewish Literature
It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half hour.
- (tr) to rework, reuse, or make over (old or already used material)
- something consisting of old, reworked, or reused material
Word Origin and History for rehash
1849, from rehash (v.); "old material worked up anew," usually of literary productions.