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instant replay

Line breaks: in|stant re¦play

Definition of instant replay in English:

noun

North American
An immediate playback of part of a television broadcast, typically one in slow motion showing an incident in a sporting event: the official scorer studied the instant replay
More example sentences
  • They have instant replays, commentary, statistics, no foul weather or uncomfortable seats and, most importantly, if the game turns out to be boring, they can watch something else.
  • The great television in centerfield has jerky video on instant replays.
  • His actions were framed, admired, dictated, and conformed to the spectacle of the screen, his character was developed through instant replays, audience noises, and violent clashes with the Houston natives.

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