Translation of replay in Spanish:
transitive verbAmerican English: /riˈpleɪ/ British English: /riːˈpleɪ/
- 2 (play back)(record/tape)the incident was replayed in slow motionvolver a ponerel incidente se volvió a pasar en cámara lenta or (Spain) a cámara lentaExample sentences
- All this is to say that I don't know why in the world these studios don't jump on replaying these films.
- A monitor in the gallery replayed a short video showing the blinding flash as lightning traveled down the copper filaments from rocket to earth.
- The tape replays the scene endlessly, just as the myths of the West are repeated so often that they have become clichés.
noun action replayAmerican English: /ˈriˌpleɪ/ British English: /ˈriːpleɪ/ (Sport)
- 2 (rematch)Example sentences
- Crowds started to return, and it was apparent that replays of matches, as well as football-related panel and game shows, were attracting new fans to the game.
- If he or she is a pay-television customer, replays of all matches are available for viewing during the week.
- This obsessive attention to detail carries through to all aspects of the game - you can spend days messing around with the replays alone.
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