Definition of 'rewind'
Example sentences containing 'rewind'
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To understand how we got to this point, you have to rewind the clock more than 500 years. Smithsonian Mag (2017)I'm sure there'll be lots of folk diving for the rewind button on the remote. The Sun (2016)You want to rewind and watch again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They wanted to push the rewind button. Christianity Today (2000)If only there were a rewind button. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Then they must rewind the video and run it again. Muscle Management (1991)Clean the lip of the cassette and rewind by hand, still in darkness. Photographers Handbook (1993)You only have to rewind five years to see just how far Ireland has come. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Indeed, the entire exhibition feels as if it has pushed the rewind button on adulthood. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But there is a scene in the opening 50 minutes that my rewind button was invented for. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Let's just pause and rewind there. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This may sound wise, but you only need to rewind ten years to see that it is also naive. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Mars continues to rewind and brings back an opportunity you missed out on - only this time you are ready. The Sun (2014)It also allows viewers to pause and rewind live TV. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It records when we view, for how long, when we pause and rewind. Times, Sunday Times (2013)To understand the cultural significance of the contemporary pick-up artist properly, we need to rewind three years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There's no option to record shows, and when listening live you can pause but not rewind. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A Scotsman brought up in Yorkshire can take many hits of the rewind button to decipher. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Users can watch TV and films over the internet, pause and rewind live broadcasts and record shows. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'rewind'
British English: rewind /riːˈwaɪnd/ VERB
When a recording on a tape, computer file, or disk rewinds, or when you rewind it, the recording goes backwards so that you can play it again.
He rewound the tape and played the message again.
- American English: rewind
- Arabic: يَرْجَعُ إِلَى الَأوَّل
- Brazilian Portuguese: rebobinar
- Chinese: 重绕
- Croatian: premotati
- Czech: přetočit záznam zpět
- Danish: spole tilbage
- Dutch: terugspoelen
- European Spanish: rebobinar
- Finnish: kelata taaksepäin
- French: rembobiner
- German: zurückspulen
- Greek: γυρίζω ταινία προς τα πίσω
- Italian: riavvolgere
- Japanese: 巻き戻す
- Korean: 다시 감다
- Norwegian: spole tilbake
- Polish: przewinąć
- European Portuguese: rebobinar
- Romanian: a derula înapoi
- Russian: перематывать
- Spanish: rebobinar
- Swedish: spola tillbaka
- Thai: กรอเทปหรือฟิล์มไปที่ต้นม้วน
- Turkish: geri sarmak
- Ukrainian: перемотувати
- Vietnamese: tua lại
Definition of rewind from the Collins English Dictionary
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