[ US /ɹiˈpɫeɪ/ ]
  1. something (especially a game) that is played again
  2. the immediate rebroadcast of some action (especially sports action) that has been recorded on videotape
  1. repeat a game against the same opponent
    Princeton replayed Harvard
  2. play again
    replay a point
    We replayed the game
  3. reproduce (a recording) on a recorder
    The lawyers played back the conversation to show that their client was innocent
  4. play (a melody) again
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How To Use replay In A Sentence

  • What is the point of using TV replays when you blatantly ignore what they show you? The Sun
  • Watching replays of her victory run induced nervousness. Times, Sunday Times
  • The men and women did not differ in the duration of their ideal scripts for foreplay.
  • It never failed to be fascinating reading - the replaying of familiar events and familiar data through the specific lens of organized labor.
  • ‘Oh, I think the music's great,’ responded our darling son in a replay, no doubt, of father-son conversations taking place all over the world.
  • He should be an automatic choice for Saturday's replay if he can prove his fitness.
  • It is not known if the match will be replayed. Times, Sunday Times
  • When television replays and closeups became possible, all this human frailty and professional ruthlessness became multiplied many times. Times, Sunday Times
  • The centre will include state-of-the-art technology for commanders to oversee the exercises in real time then replay missions in debriefs to personnel.
  • In 1985-86, the domestic FA ordered the final round of league fixtures to be replayed amid accusations of match-fixing.
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