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re-enactverb [T]

(also reenact) uk   us   /ˌriː.ɪˈnækt/
If you re-enact an event, you try to make it happen again in exactly the same way that it happened the first time, often as an entertainment or as a way to help people remember certain facts about an event: Police officers re-enacted the crime in an attempt to get witnesses to come forward.
Translations of “re-enact”
in Chinese (Traditional) 使重現, 使重新發生, 再次進行…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使重现, 使重新发生, 再次进行…
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