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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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To work up (old material) in a new form.

Watch out! You may see this word with another pronunciation and its meaning is then different.
Used as a verb, listen here, it means: To work up (old material) in a new form. Used as a noun, listen here, it means: The act of working up (old material) into a new form; Something consisting of old, reworked, or reused material .

Usage examples (31)
  • Merely a dull rehash of his first novel
  • By my count 32 of the 53, you listed are "rehash".
  • You can compare with the list from the other books and see how much appears to be "rehash":
  • I guess I was expecting some kind of rehash of The Handmaid's Tale with a little Blade Runner and Soylent Green thrown in. for more
Tutoring comment
  • ''rehash" is a heteronym, which means you may find it with different pronunciations and different meanings.
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