Definitions for reduxrɪˈdʌks
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word redux
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(used postpositively) brought back; resurgent:
the Victorian morality redux.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of redux:
1650–60; < L: returning (as from war or exile), n. der. (with pass. sense) of redūcere to bring back; see reduce
"the Victorian era redux"; "`Rabbit Redux' by John Updike"
Of a topic, redone, restored, brought back, or revisited.
Origin: From reducere.
"Redux" and "Redux II" form the two-part fifth season premiere the science fiction television series The X-Files. "Redux" first aired on November 2, 1997 on Fox in the United States, with "Redux II" airing on November 9. Both episodes subsequently aired in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Both episodes were written by series creator Chris Carter, with "Redux" directed by R. W. Goodwin and "Redux II" helmed by Kim Manners. "Redux" became the second-most-watched episode ever broadcast, earning more than 27 million viewers in the United States alone. The first part of the episode received mixed to negative reviewes, whereas the second part received mixed to positive reviews from critics. The show centers on FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully who work on cases linked to the paranormal, called X-Files. The episodes' story continues on from the fourth season finale "Gethsemane". "Redux I" follows Scully, who helps Mulder to fake his own death in an effort to discover which members of the FBI they can trust before the agents individually search for an answer to Scully's cancer. "Redux II" continues immediately afterwards with Scully hospitalized, and Mulder is offered a deal to ally with The Smoking Man.
Redux makes discovering exceptional online video as enjoyable and effortless as watching cable television - Redux delivers a lean-back TV experience programmed by curators and friends that share your taste.
Find a translation for the redux definition in other languages:
Select another language: