Associations to the word «Replay»
REPLAY, verb. (transitive) to play again
REPLAY, verb. To display a recording of a previous event, especially multiple times
REPLAY, noun. The replaying of (something), for example of televised footage.
REPLAY, noun. (gaming) saved video footage of the gameplay of a computer game
REPLAY, noun. (sport) a replayed match, often after the first game or match ended in a draw.
REPLAY ATTACK, noun. (computer science) (security) An attempt to subvert security by recording legitimate communications and repeating them to try to impersonate a valid user.
REPLAY ATTACKS, noun. Plural of replay attack
REPLAY VALUE, noun. (video games) The entertainment value obtained by playing a computer game more than once; replayability.
REPLAY, noun. Something (especially a game) that is played again.
REPLAY, noun. The immediate rebroadcast of some action (especially sports action) that has been recorded on videotape.
REPLAY, verb. Reproduce (a recording) on a recorder; "The lawyers played back the conversation to show that their client was innocent".
REPLAY, verb. Play (a melody) again.
REPLAY, verb. Repeat a game against the same opponent; "Princeton replayed Harvard".
REPLAY, verb. Play again; "We replayed the game"; "replay a point".
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