Pronunciation: /riːˈwʌɪnd /(past and past participle rewound)
- (With reference to a film or tape) wind or be wound back to the beginning: [with object]: I rewound the film and stopped itMore example sentences
- Then the telltale lines on the screen appear as the tape is rewound and the camera pans back.
- Fat Man's bespectacled sidekick took the woman's video camera and rewound the tape.
- Michael sent it an electronic signal to tell it to rewind the tape, then he recorded some loud pop music over that section of the cassette.
Pronunciation: /ˈriːwʌɪnd /Back to top
- A mechanism for rewinding a film or tape: my player’s got a fast forward and rewindMore example sentences
- The TiVo remote works because my fingers can feel around the rewind, pause and fast-forward buttons.
- Hitting rewind on the tape recorder verifies that those were, in fact, his words.
- Those days when we got to know the rewind button on our tape decks too well, while the kids we really wanted to be out playing with were busy.
More definitions of rewindDefinition of rewind in:
- The US English dictionary