Definition of 're-run'
Example sentences containing 're-run'
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Muirfield golf club is to re-run its ballot on allowing women to join. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Will we get an election re-run and a fair count of the votes? Times, Sunday Times (2011)I'd rather watch a re-run of the weather forecast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I think we're heading towards a re-run of the election altogether. The Sun (2009)
Translations for 're-run'
British English: re-run NOUN
If you say that something is a re-run of a particular event or experience, you mean that what happens now is very similar to what happened in the past.
They are eager to prevent a re-run of the diplomatic disaster of last year.
Definition of re-run from the Collins English Dictionary
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