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re·run

 (rē′rŭn′)
n.
The act or an instance of rebroadcasting a recorded movie or a recorded television performance.
tr.v. (rē-rŭn′) re·ran (-răn′), re·run, re·run·ning, re·runs
To present a rerun of.

rerun

vb (tr) , -runs, -running, -ran or run
1. (Film) to broadcast or put on (a film, play, series, etc) again
2. (General Sporting Terms) to run (a race, etc) again
n
3. (Film) a film, play, series, etc, that is broadcast or put on again; repeat
4. (General Sporting Terms) a race that is run again
5. (Computer Science) computing the repeat of a part of a computer program

re•run

(v. riˈrʌn; n. ˈriˌrʌn)

v. -ran, -run, -running,
n. v.t.
1. to run or run off again.
n.
2. the act of rerunning.
3.
a. the showing of a motion picture or television program after its initial run or showing.
b. the motion picture or television program being shown again.
4. a restatement or imitation of something familiar; rehash.
[1795–1805]

rerun


Past participle: rerun
Gerund: rerunning

Imperative
rerun
rerun
Present
I rerun
you rerun
he/she/it reruns
we rerun
you rerun
they rerun
Preterite
I reran
you reran
he/she/it reran
we reran
you reran
they reran
Present Continuous
I am rerunning
you are rerunning
he/she/it is rerunning
we are rerunning
you are rerunning
they are rerunning
Present Perfect
I have rerun
you have rerun
he/she/it has rerun
we have rerun
you have rerun
they have rerun
Past Continuous
I was rerunning
you were rerunning
he/she/it was rerunning
we were rerunning
you were rerunning
they were rerunning
Past Perfect
I had rerun
you had rerun
he/she/it had rerun
we had rerun
you had rerun
they had rerun
Future
I will rerun
you will rerun
he/she/it will rerun
we will rerun
you will rerun
they will rerun
Future Perfect
I will have rerun
you will have rerun
he/she/it will have rerun
we will have rerun
you will have rerun
they will have rerun
Future Continuous
I will be rerunning
you will be rerunning
he/she/it will be rerunning
we will be rerunning
you will be rerunning
they will be rerunning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rerunning
you have been rerunning
he/she/it has been rerunning
we have been rerunning
you have been rerunning
they have been rerunning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rerunning
you will have been rerunning
he/she/it will have been rerunning
we will have been rerunning
you will have been rerunning
they will have been rerunning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rerunning
you had been rerunning
he/she/it had been rerunning
we had been rerunning
you had been rerunning
they had been rerunning
Conditional
I would rerun
you would rerun
he/she/it would rerun
we would rerun
you would rerun
they would rerun
Past Conditional
I would have rerun
you would have rerun
he/she/it would have rerun
we would have rerun
you would have rerun
they would have rerun
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rerun - a program that is broadcast again; "she likes to watch `I love Lucy' reruns"
broadcast, program, programme - a radio or television show; "did you see his program last night?"
Verb1.rerun - broadcast again, as of a film
broadcast medium, broadcasting - a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
broadcast, air, transmit, beam, send - broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
2.rerun - rerun a performance of a play, for example
put on, mount - prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; "mount a theater production"; "mount an attack"; "mount a play"
3.rerun - run again for office; "Bush wants to rerun in 1996"
campaign, run - run, stand, or compete for an office or a position; "Who's running for treasurer this year?"
4.rerun - cause to perform again; "We have to rerun the subjects--they misunderstood the instructions"
run - cause to perform; "run a subject"; "run a process"
Translations

rerun

(reran (vb: pt) (rerun (pp)))
A. [ˈriːrʌn] Nrepetición f (Theat) → reestreno m, reposición f
B. [ˌriːˈrʌn] VT [+ race] → correr de nuevo (Theat) → reestrenar, reponer

rerun

vb: pret <reran>, ptp <rerun>
vt filmwieder or nochmals aufführen; tapewieder or nochmals abspielen; race, elections, programme, eventwiederholen
n (of film)Wiederaufführung f; (of tape)Wiederabspielen nt; (of race, election, programme, event)Wiederholung f
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