Definition of reedit
: to edit again : make a new edition of
reeditionplay \ˌrē-ə-ˈdi-shən\ noun
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In the decade since, Pacino has regularly screened, edited, rescreened, reedited, thought about, and talked about this movie to anyone who would listen.
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