reshow

verb
re·​show | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈshō \
reshowed; reshown\ (ˌ)rē-​ˈshōn \ or reshowed; reshowing

Definition of reshow

transitive verb

: to show (something) again or anew : to cause or permit (something) to be seen again reshowing a classic film reshowed [=replayed] the footage in slow motion "… young artists today are hesitant to reshow the same piece in another show because it's already been seen all over the world. …"— Jan Ezra Nayssan

Other Words from reshow

reshowing noun, plural reshowings
… includes a major reshowing of the gallery's collection … Cape Gazette (Lewes, Delaware) In most recent television reshowings of the 1954 film, the dog's name is either edited out or altered. — Paul Chapman

First Known Use of reshow

1605, in the meaning defined above

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