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v. re·wound (-wound′), re·wind·ing, re·winds
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).
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.
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1. the action or process of winding backwards
2. the action or process of winding again onto a spool or similar object
3. the action or process of winding (a clock or watch) again
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rewinding[ˈriːˈwaɪndɪŋ] N [of cassette, videotape] → rebobinado m
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