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re·wind

 (rē-wīnd′)
v. re·wound (-wound′), re·wind·ing, re·winds
v.tr.
1. To wind again or anew: rewound the thread on the spool.
2. To reverse the winding of (audiotape, videotape, or film).
3. To reverse the playing of (an audio or video recording).
v.intr.
1.
a. To rewind an audiotape or other linear recording.
b. To be rewound: Let the tape rewind to the beginning.
2. To return to an earlier time or stage in a sequence of events.
n. (rē′wīnd′, rē-wīnd′)
1. The act or process of rewinding or being rewound.
2. A control mechanism for rewinding tape or film, for example.

re·wind′er n.

rewind

vb, -winds, -winding or -wound
(tr) to wind back, esp a film or tape onto the original reel
n
1. something rewound
2. the act of rewinding
reˈwinder n

re•wind

(v. riˈwaɪnd; n. ˈriˌwaɪnd)

v. -wound, -wind•ing,
n. v.t., v.i.
1. to wind again.
2. to wind back to or toward the beginning; reverse.
n.
3. an act or instance of rewinding.
4. a function or mechanism of a tape recorder, camera, etc., that causes tape or film to wind backward.
[1710–20]
re•wind′er, n.

rewind


Past participle: rewound
Gerund: rewinding

Imperative
rewind
rewind
Present
I rewind
you rewind
he/she/it rewinds
we rewind
you rewind
they rewind
Preterite
I rewound
you rewound
he/she/it rewound
we rewound
you rewound
they rewound
Present Continuous
I am rewinding
you are rewinding
he/she/it is rewinding
we are rewinding
you are rewinding
they are rewinding
Present Perfect
I have rewound
you have rewound
he/she/it has rewound
we have rewound
you have rewound
they have rewound
Past Continuous
I was rewinding
you were rewinding
he/she/it was rewinding
we were rewinding
you were rewinding
they were rewinding
Past Perfect
I had rewound
you had rewound
he/she/it had rewound
we had rewound
you had rewound
they had rewound
Future
I will rewind
you will rewind
he/she/it will rewind
we will rewind
you will rewind
they will rewind
Future Perfect
I will have rewound
you will have rewound
he/she/it will have rewound
we will have rewound
you will have rewound
they will have rewound
Future Continuous
I will be rewinding
you will be rewinding
he/she/it will be rewinding
we will be rewinding
you will be rewinding
they will be rewinding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rewinding
you have been rewinding
he/she/it has been rewinding
we have been rewinding
you have been rewinding
they have been rewinding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rewinding
you will have been rewinding
he/she/it will have been rewinding
we will have been rewinding
you will have been rewinding
they will have been rewinding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rewinding
you had been rewinding
he/she/it had been rewinding
we had been rewinding
you had been rewinding
they had been rewinding
Conditional
I would rewind
you would rewind
he/she/it would rewind
we would rewind
you would rewind
they would rewind
Past Conditional
I would have rewound
you would have rewound
he/she/it would have rewound
we would have rewound
you would have rewound
they would have rewound
Translations
přetočit
spole tilbage
kelata taaksepäin
rembobinerrembobinage
premotati
巻き戻す
다시 감다
previti
spola tillbaka
กรอเทปหรือฟิล์มไปที่ต้นม้วน
tua lại

rewind

[ˈriːˈwaɪnd] VT [+ cassette, videotape] → rebobinar; [+ watch] → dar cuerda a; [+ wool etc] → devanar

rewind

[riːˈwaɪnd]
vt [+ tape, cassette, video] → rembobiner
vi
[tape, cassette, video] → se rembobiner
(in conversation) rewind to ... → revenons sur ...

rewind

pret, ptp <rewound>
vt threadwieder aufwickeln; watchwieder aufziehen; film, tape, videozurückspulen; rewind buttonRückspultaste f

rewind

[ˌriːˈwaɪnd] vt
a. (ball of wool) → riavvolgere, riarrotolare; (tape, cassette) → far tornare indietro
b. (clock, toy) → ricaricare

rewind

يَرْجَعُ إِلَى الَأوَّل přetočit spole tilbage zurückspulen γυρίζω ταινία προς τα πίσω rebobinar kelata taaksepäin rembobiner premotati riavvolgere 巻き戻す 다시 감다 terugspoelen spole tilbake przewinąć rebobinar перематывать spola tillbaka กรอเทปหรือฟิล์มไปที่ต้นม้วน geri sarmak tua lại 重绕
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