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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ roll

VerbEdit

reroll (third-person singular simple present rerolls, present participle rerolling, simple past and past participle rerolled)

  1. To roll again.
    A player who rolls two sixes can reroll the dice for an additional turn.
  2. (programming) To convert (an unrolled instruction sequence) back into a loop.
    • 2012, Monica S. Lam, A Systolic Array Optimizing Compiler (page 143)
      Their procedure is to unroll the loop once, trace schedule the two iterations, and then reroll the loop into one.

NounEdit

reroll (plural rerolls)

  1. (dice games) A situation in the rules of certain dice games where a player is given the option to reroll an undesirable roll of the dice.

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