redial

[v. ree-dahy-uhl, -dahyl; n. ree-dahy-uhl, -dahyl] Telecommunications.
verb (used with object)
1.
Also, re-dial. to dial again.

Origin:
1960–65; re- + dial

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redial (riːˈdaɪəl, -daɪl)
 
vb , -dials, -dialling, -dialled
to dial (a telephone number) again

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Example sentences
Even if there's not much left to say, the redial button is obligatory.
Voice dial support, muting, and even redial make cameos too.
Attempts to redial hits of the past got only a call-waiting.
Redial button for call transfer or call waiting when supported by telephone system.
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