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to remove an old binding from a book and replace it with another one The stock of paperback copies have been rebound in PVC.

to bind up sheets left over from a previous print and bind order â–  noun

the action of binding sheets of a book which were not bound when the book was first printed

a book which has had its old binding removed and a new one added The book is out of stock at the moment, but the rebind should come in next week.

COMMENT: Rebinding means that the old covers have to be stripped off, new covers attached and the pages trimmed again. At least one or two millimetres will be lost at each of the three trimmed edges.



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