redux
adjective Etymology: Latin, returning, from reducere to lead back Date: 1860 brought back — used postpositively

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  • Redux — is an adjective meaning brought back, restored (from the Latin reducere bring back). [ Oxford English Dictionary entry for redux .] Works of literature using the word in the title are John Dryden s Astraea Redux (1662), a poem on the happy… …   Wikipedia

  • redux — restored, brought back, Latin, from reducere (see REDUCE (Cf. reduce)). In book titles at least since 1662 (Dryden, Astraea Redux ) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Redux — (lat.), zurückgekehrt, bes. aus dem Exil zurückgekehrt. Der Fortuna R. opferten die Römer nach einem Unglück …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • REDUX — cognomen Neptuni de quo vide supra …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • redux — [rē′duks΄] adj. [L < reducere: see REDUCE] that has been brought back, revived, restored, etc.: used postpositively …   English World dictionary

  • redux — /ˈridʌks/ (say reeduks) adjective 1. (placed after the noun) revived; revisited: the jazz age redux; Apocalypse Now Redux. –noun 2. a new version of an earlier style or work; revival. 3. a repeat: a redux of the GFC. {Latin redūcere to lead back; …   Australian English dictionary

  • redux — adjective brought back the Victorian era redux Rabbit Redux by John Updike • Similar to: ↑revived …   Useful english dictionary

  • Redux — Strukturformel Allgemeines Freiname Fenfluramin Andere Namen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • redux — /ri duks /, adj. brought back; resurgent: the Victorian era redux. [1650 60; < L: returning (as from war or exile), n. deriv. (with pass. sense) of reducere to bring back; see REDUCE] * * * …   Universalium

  • redux — adjective /ˈridʌks/ Of a topic, redone, restored, brought back, or revisited. Company policy redux …   Wiktionary

  • redux —    (rih DUKS) [Latin] An adjective meaning brought back, revived, or returning, as in “the Roaring Twenties redux.” …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

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