rehash / verb riˈhæʃ; noun ˈriˌhæʃ /


rehash2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to work up in a new form.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of rehashing.
  2. something rehashed.

rehash 近义词

v. 动词 verb

talk over again


  1. When it comes to Shkreli himself, however, the film proves more of a surface-level rehash than an illuminating exposé.
  2. It sounded kind of like a middle-aged, female rehash of MTV’s boy-band parody 2gether.
  3. Given the millions more who have watched the Netflix series “The Crown,” Morton’s narrative arc has the inescapable feeling of rehash.
  4. The first is that it is largely a rehash of much of what we already know, or think we know, about the Obama White House.
  5. In response, Bevin's campaign dismissed the report as "a rehash of an old story."
  6. The court did not ask to rehear and rehash all of the evidence presented in the first two trials.
  7. Wilde recently stopped by The Tonight Show to rehash her Twitter feud with Bieber (and his almost 36 million followers).
  8. The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris By David McCullough Not another rehash of the Lost Generation.
  9. I am not going to take your time to rehash any controversies referred to in the eloquence from the State of Washington.
  10. Articles and essays, which are merely a rehash of other publications, it has not been deemed necessary to mention.
  11. The tendency of old communities is to rehash the traditions until they become authority.
  12. The Report is actually a rehash of major provisions in the 1960 Democrat and Republican party platforms.
  13. "No—that is—only a rehash of what they said before," returned Harcourt without opening the paper.