- verb (reruns, rerunning; past reran; past participle rerun) show, stage, or perform again.noun a rerun event, competition, or programme.
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rerun — ► VERB (rerunning; past reran; past part. rerun) ▪ show, stage, or perform again. ► NOUN ▪ a rerun event, competition, or programme … English terms dictionary
rerun — [rē run′; ] for n. [ rē′run΄] vt. reran, rerun, rerunning to run again n. 1. the act of rerunning 2. ☆ a) a rebroadcast of a TV program, series, etc. b) a showing of a film after the first run … English World dictionary
rerun — (v.) 1804, in ref. to races, from re back, again + run (q.v.). The noun, in ref. to filmed television, is recorded from 1934 … Etymology dictionary
Rerun — A rerun or repeat is a re airing of an episode of a radio or television broadcast. The invention of the rerun is generally credited to Desi Arnaz. Some viewers find reruns annoying, although many viewers appreciate the opportunity to re watch a… … Wikipedia
rerun — I UK [ˈriːˌrʌn] / US [ˈrɪˌrʌn] noun [countable] Word forms rerun : singular rerun plural reruns 1) a programme that is being shown on television again 2) something that happens again in a similar way to before a rerun of the same old argument 3)… … English dictionary
rerun — re|run1 [ˈri:rʌn] n 1.) a film or television programme that is being shown again on television = ↑repeat ▪ We watched a rerun of I Love Lucy. 2.) something that happens in the same way as something that happened before = ↑repeat ▪ The government… … Dictionary of contemporary English
rerun — re|run1 [ ,ri rʌn ] noun count 1. ) a movie or television program that is being shown again 2. ) something that happens again in a similar way to before: a rerun of the same old argument 3. ) a race or competition that happens again, for example… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
rerun — v. /ree run /; n. /ree run /, v., reran, rerun, rerunning, n. v.t. 1. to run again. n. 2. the act of rerunning. 3. a showing of a motion picture or television program after its initial run, usually some months or years later. 4. the motion… … Universalium
rerun — n. to show a rerun (that channel keeps showing reruns of old TV programs) * * * [ riːrʌn] to show a rerun (that channel keeps showing reruns of old TV programs) … Combinatory dictionary
rerun — I. transitive verb (reran; run; running) Date: 1804 to run again or anew II. noun Date: circa 1934 the act or action or an instance of rerunning ; repetition; especially a movie or television show that is rerun … New Collegiate Dictionary