Entry from British & World English dictionary
Display (something) again or differently: after decades in storage, the collection is now rehoused and redisplayed
More example sentences
- Reynolds was also responsible for redisplaying the museum's portrait miniatures.
- The third phase of an eight year, 3.75 million pound project to redisplay the V&A's silver collection opens today.
- The comments already written still exist, and I can redisplay them.
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