rewind

[ verb ree-wahynd; noun ree-wahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF rewind

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I am willing to hold any number of skeins or rewind any quantity of spools.

When Mr. Choi fell off the stool the bands on his arms were loosened and they proceeded to unloosen and rewind his arms.

He rubbed the back of his head, looked at the viewsphere, then checked the playback index and tapped the rewind.

Is there anything to rewind the clock which is running down before our very eyes?

A locker for tools can easily be arranged under the rewind shelf.

Lester looked up from the DiaB and blinked a few times, then seemed to rewind the conversation.

Rewinding is accomplished by giving the rewind order, move tape to load point, MLP.

The rewind order starts a unit rewinding and does not tie up the TC.

If they go on crooked, unwind at once, then rewind properly.

Thus the operator when through running the picture may immediately change his crank and, without delay, begin to rewind.