Definition of rebanking
: a malfunction in a watch caused by excessive balance motion that makes the roller jewel strike outside the fork horns and renders the escapement inoperative —distinguished from overbanking
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Origin and Etymology of rebanking
re- + banking, from gerund of 2bank
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