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rerunverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌriːˈrʌn/ (present participle rerunning, past tense reran, past participle rerun)
to show a television programme, film, etc. again: The James Bond movies are always being rerun on television.

rerunnoun

uk   us   /ˈriː.rʌn/
[C] a programme or film that has already been shown before on television: This week's movies are all reruns. [C usually singular] something that happens or is done again: The Popular Party is demanding a rerun of last week's presidential poll.
Translations of “rerun”
in Korean 재방송…
in Arabic تِكرار…
in Portuguese reprise…
in Catalan reposició…
in Japanese 再放送…
in Italian replica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重播, 重放, 重演…
in Russian повторная теле- или радиопередача…
in Turkish yeniden yayınlamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 回放, 重放, 重演…
in Polish powtórka…
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