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rewind

[ verb ree-wahynd; noun ree-wahynd ]
/ verb ri藞wa瑟nd; noun 藞ri藢wa瑟nd /
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verb (used with or without object), re路wound or (Rare) re路wind路ed; re路wind路ing.
to wind again.
to wind back to or toward the beginning; reverse.
noun
an act or instance of rewinding.
Recording.
  1. a function of an audio or video recorder or player, as a cassette deck or DVR, that returns the audio or video incrementally to an earlier point.
  2. the button or other control that activates this reversing function.
a camera control or mechanism used to wind film back into a film cassette.
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Origin of rewind

First recorded in 1710鈥20; re- + wind2

OTHER WORDS FROM rewind

re路wind路er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for rewind

rewind

verb (ri藧藞wa瑟nd) -winds, -winding or -wound
(tr) to wind back, esp a film or tape onto the original reel
noun (藞ri藧藢wa瑟nd, ri藧藞wa瑟nd)
something rewound
the act of rewinding

Derived forms of rewind

rewinder, noun
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