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rewind (v.)

also re-wind, "wind again, wind back," 1717, from re- "back, again" + wind (v.1). The noun meaning "mechanism for rewinding film or tape" is recorded from 1938; the sense of "act or process of winding backwards" is by 1964. Related: Rewound; rewinding.

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Definitions of rewind from WordNet

rewind (v.)
wind (up) again;
the mechanical watch needs rewinding every day
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