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replay noun

1 game that is played again

ADJ. final, first-round, quarter-final, etc. | championship, cup

VERB + REPLAY earn, force They earned a replay with their 1?1 draw.

PREP. ~ against/with a replay against Real Madrid | ~ between the replay between Liverpool and Portsmouth

2 playing again of a short section of a film, tape, etc.

ADJ. action (often figurative) It was an action replay (= repetition) of the problems of his first marriage. | slow-motion | television/TV, video

VERB + REPLAY see, study, view, watch He has watched a video replay of his fall on numerous occasions.

REPLAY + VERB show sth The replay shows that it was a handball.