Definition of re-edit in English:

re-edit

Syllabification: re-ed·it
Pronunciation: /rē-ˈedit
 
/

verb (re-edits, re-editing, re-edited)

[with object]
Edit (a text or film) again: the third scene is still too long—we’ll have to re-edit it
More example sentences
  • He feels that re-editing the film is like ‘going back and re-shooting your high school photo.’
  • He could re-edit the film, shoot additional scenes, design his own ad campaign, and create any kind of come-on.
  • I stayed up the entire night, re-editing our film, and adding all the shots that I had of Lee.

Derivatives

re-edition

Pronunciation: /ˌrē-əˈdiSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • Its publications include reissues and re-editions of Hakluyt's writings, and very many original narratives.
  • That its opening film was the re-edition of a Cannes hit tells much.
  • It was not the re-edition of the novel that shocked.

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