rerelease

verb
re·re·lease | \(ˌ)rē-ri-ˈlēs \
variants: or re-release
rereleased or re-released; rereleasing or re-releasing

Definition of rerelease 

transitive verb

: to release (something) again rereleasing classic films … the book was re-released in April 2002 with a new epilogue.— Tony Semerad Those albums were never rereleased on CD …— Derek Small

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rerelease or re-release noun plural rereleases or re-releases
Even before the big re-release in 1997, Star Wars had generated almost $2 billion in movie-ticket and rental sales … Zillions

First Known Use of rerelease

1906, in the meaning defined above

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