Rerun (verb)

To broadcast or show again, as a television program or film.


From the prefix re- (meaning again) and the verb run. the word first appeared in english in the early 20th century.


  1. The classic TV show is going to be rerun on a cable channel.
  2. The movie was so popular that it was rerun in theaters the following year.
  3. The network decided to rerun the episode due to high demand from viewers.
  4. The marathon reran the last mile of the race after a technical glitch.
  5. The company reran the tests to verify the results.
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