And then you have to play and replay the piece and learn that the piece makes you feel either calmer or more energized.
Call me impatient, but the last two months of my job search seem to replay nearly the same scenario over and over again.
replay an earlier discussion with an academic ghostwriter who makes a living writing papers for a custom-essay company.
But that compulsion to replay things obsessively and pointlessly is so strong, and keeps us hooked in.
And you can reexamine and replay the scenarios every few years to see if you're still on track.
When it comes to instant replay and baseball, there are generally two extremes.
The expanded use of replay was one of the widely reported features of baseball's new collective bargaining agreement.
In the slow-mo instant replay, the flies' bodies react to a swatter well before their wings carry them to safety.
That's because if you do replay evolution, you never know what will happen.
Nonetheless, it would be the replay of yesterday s actions with today s possibilities.
British Dictionary definitions for replay
(television) Also called action replay. a showing again of a sequence of action, esp of part of a sporting contest immediately after it happens either in slow motion (a slow-motion replay) or at normal speed
to play again (a record, television sequence, sporting contest, etc)
The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D. Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers. Cite This Source
replay in Technology
Acorn Computers' full-motion video system written by Roger Wilson. Video and sound information are stored in compressed form. Compression is relatively slow but decompression is done in real-time with quality and frame-rate varying with the processing power available, the size of the picture and whether it appears in a window or uses the whole screen. (1994-11-09)