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English definition of “rerelease”

rerelease

verb [T] uk   /ˌriː.rɪˈliːs/ us  
to make a record or film available for people to buy or see for a second time: There are plans to rerelease all the band's albums on download.

rerelease

noun uk   /ˌriː.rɪˈliːs/ us  
[C or U] the act of rereleasing a record or film: After a recent rerelease, sales of the album increased to more than 20,000. [C] a record or film that has been rereleased: I went to see the rerelease of "The Jungle Book".
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