Definition of Redials

1. Verb. (third-person singular of redial) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redials

1. redial [v] - See also: redial

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redials

redhorn
redhorse
redhorse sucker
redhorses
rediae
rediagonalize
rediagonalized
rediagonalizes
rediagonalizing
redial
redialed
redialing
redialled
redialling
redials (current term)
redias
redictate
redictated
redictates
redictating
redid
redifferentiate
redifferentiated
redifferentiates
redifferentiating
redifferentiation
redifferentiations
rediffusion
redigest

Literary usage of Redials

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1. The Impact of Caller IDTechnology (1993)
"$4.00/mo.f Automatically redials the last telephone number you dialed. Call Block... $4.00/010. ... Repeat Call redials those busy numbers for you. ..."

2. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"The computer is set to automatically dial the duty scientist's 24-hour beeper and transmit a number code indicating an RSAM alert. The computer redials ..."

3. Bulletin of the Illinois State Museum of Natural History by Illinois State Museum (1882)
"Second primary redials twice as wide as high, slightly expanding above and quadrangular. Third primary radials expanding upward to the lateral angles, ..."

4. Hackoff.com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble And Rubble by Tom Evslin (2006)
"She pulls the Polycom closer to her where Larry can't reach it and redials. They hear a busy signal. "Oh, fuck," says Larry. "What else can go wrong? ..."

5. Electronic Surveillance in a Digital Ageby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Automatic Recall allows the user to activate a procedure by dialing a code, eg, *69, that automatically redials the last incoming call—whether or not the ..."

6. Description of New Species of Palæozoic Echinodermata by Samuel Almond Miller, William Frank Eugene Reed Gurley (1895)
"Second primary redials twice as wide as high, slightly expanding above and quadrangular. Third primary radials expanding upward to the lateral angles, ..."

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