Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To press again: re-pressed the shirt after noticing more wrinkles.

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Examples

  • His label, Berlin's Kitty-Yo, was kind enough to re-press it and offer it up for cheap.

    Reality is tough (Music (For Robots))

  • Now that the tension had been released, he couldn't re-press a grin.

    The Howling Stones

  • An item goes out of print when a publisher does not reprint, re-press, or reissue once all copies have been sold to retailers.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • If this continues we will probably re-press another

    Metal Underground.com

  • This book is available OA from re. press (www. re-press.org)

    ImpeachBush

  • EP (which I'm lucky enough to have bought at TAANG) sold out rather quickly, and now every bit of press mentions the "Sold-Out" first EP, any plans to re-press it, or to have Curtis Casella over at TAANG release it?

    Strange Reaction

  • In order to wash your hands with soap, you have to re-press a ...

    The Student Life (RSS)

  • So not only is Sony eating the costs to re-press Blu-Ray disks of the game, but they also have lost all the valuable promotional time it should have had in a week devoid of any top level competition.

    Gaming Nexus

  • It gets stuck on the first thing you touch, and you have to re-press to move to another icon -- it seems like it would be more convenient to have the selection follow your movements, but the phone doesn't seem to know the difference between a quick flick up or down and a selection.

    Engadget

  • You guys must be crazy not to re-press classics like "THE EROSION OF SANITY" and "RETRIBUTION" they go for like $35 on e-bay, there is a demand for this shit.

    Roadrunner Records Latest News

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