Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
- From Latin reducere (“to bring back”).
- The word may have entered popular usage in the United States with the 1971 publication of the novel Rabbit Redux by John Updike, although it had previously been used in medicine, literary titles, and product names.
- IPA: /ˈɹidʌks/
redux (not comparable)
- (of a topic) Redone, restored, brought back, or revisited.
- Company policy redux.
- Dirty tricks redux.
- 2004, Robert A. Levy, Shakedown: How Corporations, Government, and Trial Lawyers Abuse the Judicial Process, page 265:
- 10. It's Microsoft Redux All Over Again. Maybe the fat lady hasn't crooned the final note, but the petite lady who carried the most weight, US District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, wrote the denouement to the Microsoft antitrust fiasco.
Usage note 
Redux is always used attributively and after the noun rather than before it.
redone, restored, brought back, or revisited
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