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reshow

Line breaks: re|show
Pronunciation: /riˈʃəʊ
 
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Definition of reshow in English:

verb (past participle reshown /riːʃəʊn/ or reshowed)

[with object]
Show for a second or subsequent time: the programme will be reshown on August 11
More example sentences
  • Will it be reshown or be available online?
  • Someone here said that it had been reshown at least once.
  • Instead of tennis repeats, the BBC had decided to reshow the documentary, The Battle of the Somme.

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