Entry from US English dictionary
An opportunity to try or perform something a second time: if Smokey sings off key, he gets a do-over
More example sentences
- Also, Michigan Democrats hope for a possible primary do-over.
- With concern about voters in both states being disenfranchised, there is a growing talk of a do-over.
- The Clinton campaign sounded unhappy with the decision not to hold a do-over.
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