verb (used with object)
- replacement therapy,
Origin of replay
Examples from the Web for replay
The agony of being so close to our goal but failing gnaws at our insides while we replay the events over and over in our heads.Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley|Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Too much of it seems to have been a replay on a larger scale of an incident back in May 2013.
You can go back to rewinding your TiVos to replay that scene over and over again now.
It makes sense that Democrats would want the coming election to be a replay of the last one.
The snap remained in the “Snapchat Stories” section of the app, allowing me to replay it over and over again throughout the day.
My replay was, alluding to our fight in the river, "How did N'yamyonjo's men fare?"The Discovery of the Source of the Nile|John Hanning Speke
Senator Crane, a doggedly determined man, had listened to the replay of Brent Taber's top-secret conference again and again.Ten From Infinity|Paul W. Fairman
It was a replay of the old, 11th century, religious fragmentation.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
1862, in sporting jargon, from re- "again" + play (v.). Of recordings, attested from 1917. Related: Replayed; replaying. The noun is from 1895, "a replayed match" (in sports).