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tr.v. re·heard (-hûrd′), re·hear·ing, re·hears
1. To hear again.
2. Law To allow a second hearing of (a case) or allow (a second argument of a motion or appeal) after a decision has been rendered, usually as a result of a request citing a perceived defect in the decision.
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to hear (a sound) again
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v.t. -heard (-ˈhɜrd) -hear•ing.
1. to hear again.
2. to reconsider officially, as a judge.
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Past participle: reheard
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|Verb||1.||rehear - hear or try a court case anew|
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