Learn English Irregular Verbs - Rewind

rewind /ˌriːˈwaɪnd/

  • to make something such as a film or a recording go backwards:

    Why do people never rewind the videos before giving them back?
    He watched the security tapes of the escape; repeatedly rewinding and freezing the frame at his father's face.
    Suddenly the movie is paused then stopped then rewound then played again.
    When the voice went silent, Carl rewound the tape, switched to the slow speed, and pushed play.

Past simple

  • rewound  /ˌriːˈwaʊnd/

Past participle

  • rewound  /ˌriːˈwaʊnd/

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