In the drum and bass scene, the DJ's practice of replaying a record that has been enthusiastically received by the audience. Spectators "call for a rewind" by holding cigarette lighters in the air; if there is enough demand, the DJ will spin the record backward and play it from the beginning.
The crowd loved that track so much that I had to do three rewinds.
by Greenie December 11, 2003
going back to a previous place in time
"If I control rewind, I would want, Fortnite and Mark Ass Brownlee." - Will Smith 2018
by aarondaelephanttipple January 21, 2019
An interjection commanding someone to repeat a particularly surprising or shocking statement.
In this use, the emphasis is on the first syllable.
REwind--you did WHAT with him?!
by LJo February 9, 2006
to ask for a repeat;
to reminisce or remember;
also see backflip
K: slkeiirekke J: Rewind!
Being at this place makes me rewind to 93
by J. April 2, 2003
Verb meaning to go back and scan your chat for things you said but don't remember cause you go sucked into a chat black hole
zincink: you have a bass drum on your head
shanen: cant miss
zincink: how can you even see
Jam_Man: No i dun
zincink: rewind your chat and look
zincink: lol
by zincink January 7, 2009
Shift anything on screen backwards in duration, not just a tape.
Man: Let's rewind that movie.

Boy: It's not a tape, so do we still rewind?

Man: Yes!
by Ereck Flowers February 8, 2015