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play sth back

phrasal verb with play uk   us   /pleɪ/ verb
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play sth back

phrasal verb with play uk   us   /pleɪ/ verb
to watch or listen to something that you have recorded previously, using a DVD player, tape recorder, etc.: Latest versions of the software let you record and play back TV shows in various MPEG formats, as well as pausing live TV.
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