warmed-o|ver

warmed-o|ver
warmed-o|ver «WRMD OH vuhr», adjective.
1. warmed again, as food that has become cold; reheated.
2. Figurative: »

American televiewers are in for the largest helping of warmed-over fare in TV history this summer (Newsweek).

SYNONYM(S): old, stale.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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