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redux (adj.)

"restored, brought back," as from a distance, captivity, etc., Latin redux "that leads or brings back; led or brought back," from reducere (see reduce). In book titles at least since 1662 (Dryden, "Astraea Redux," written on the restoration of Charles II).

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Definitions of redux

redux (adj.)
brought back;
the Victorian era redux
From wordnet.princeton.edu