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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreprisere‧prise1 /rɪˈpriːz/ noun [countable]  AMAPwhen all or part of something, especially a piece of music, is repeated
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repriseDyson half expected him to come jerking back for a reprise of the First Collect.But he talks as if he knows perfectly well that the country is in no mood for his reprise of Reaganism.Since the reprise of coach John Robinson, who brought national championships in a different, bygone era.