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rewind
American English: /riˈwaɪnd/
British English: /riːˈwʌɪnd/

Translation of rewind in Spanish:

transitive verb past tense & past participle rewound

  • rewind button
    botón (masculine) de rebobinado
    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.

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