Rewound



verb (used with or without object), rewound or (Rare) rewinded; rewinding.
1.
to wind again.
2.
to wind back to or toward the beginning; reverse.
noun
3.
an act or instance of rewinding.
4.
a function of a tape recorder or tape deck that causes the tape to wind backward.
5.
a push button or other control for reversing or reeling, as on a tape player.
6.
a camera control or mechanism used to wind film back into a film cassette.
verb (riːˈwaɪnd) -winds, -winding, -wound
1.
(transitive) to wind back, esp a film or tape onto the original reel
noun (ˈriːˌwaɪnd; riːˈwaɪnd)
2.
something rewound
3.
the act of rewinding

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