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re- +‎ fax


refax (third-person singular simple present refaxes, present participle refaxing, simple past and past participle refaxed)

  1. To fax again; to send again by fax machine.
    • 1991, The Bulletin, Issues 5759-5767, page 8,
      Dix reckons he has refaxed 17000 pages in this way over the past eight months.
    • 2006, Dolf De Roos; Gene Burns, The Insider's Guide to 52 Homes in 52 Weeks: Acquire Your Real Estate Fortune Now[refaxed], page 92:
      “I'd come home and my fax machine would literally be stacked with counteroffers,” Gene said. “I'd just sign and refax, sign and refax.
    • 2008, Michael Soussan, Backstabbing for Beginners: My Crash Course in International Diplomacy, page 162:
      The decision to use CNN as a diplomatic channel was critical for the Iraqis; if they had waited for their letter to be faxed and re-faxed through the normal channels [] the news might have reached President Clinton a few minutes too late.