rerelease

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re·re·lease

 (rē′rĭ-lēs′)
tr.v. re·re·leased, re·re·leas·ing, re·re·leas·es
To release (a movie, for example) again.

re′re·lease′ n.

rerelease

(ˌriːrɪˈliːs)
n
a second release or further releasing of a film, album, etc
vb (tr)
to release (a film, album, video, computer program, etc) again

re•re•lease

(ˌri rɪˈlis)

v. -leased, -leas•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to release again.
n.
2. something rereleased, as a film.
[1945–50]
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