tr.v. re·hashed, re·hash·ing, re·hash·es
1. To bring forth again in another form without significant alteration: a book that rehashes old ideas.
2. To discuss (the details of a past event).
The act or result of rehashing: a rehash of an old plot.
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Indo-European & Semitic Roots Appendices
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