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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
repeat (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to say or state again
b) to say over from memory - recite
c) to say after another
2.
a) to make, do, or perform again - repeat an experiment
b) to make appear again - the curtains repeat the wallpaper pattern will repeat the program tomorrow
c) to go through or experience again - had to repeat third grade
3.
intransitive verb
to express or present (oneself) again in the same words, terms, or form to say, do, or accomplish something again , especially to win (as a sports championship) another time in succession
repeat (noun)
1.
a) something - repeated repetition
b) a musical passage to be repeated in performance , also a sign placed before and after such a passage
c) a usually transcribed of a radio or television program - repetition
d) a duplication of genetic material (as a sequence of nucleotides) in which the duplicated parts are adjacent to each other along the chromosome
2.
the act of - repeating
repeat (adjective)
of, relating to, or being one that an offense, achievement, or action - repeats a repeat burglar a repeat customer
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
repeat (noun)
the act of saying or doing over again
SYNONIMS:
duplication, iteration, redo, reduplication, reiteration, renewal, repetition, replay, replication, reprise
RELATED WORDS:
rebroadcast, rerun; recitation, rehearsal
repeat (verb)
1.
to say or state again
SYNONIMS:
chime, din, iterate, rehearse, reiterate
RELATED WORDS:
paraphrase, reword; echo, reecho; mouth, parrot; abstract, encapsulate, epitomize, outline, recap, recapitulate, summarize, sum up
come again
repeat (verb)
2.
to give from memory
SYNONIMS:
recite, reel off, say
RELATED WORDS:
con, learn, memorize, study; declaim, mouth, orate, speak
NEAR ANTONYMS:
read
repeat (verb)
3.
to say after another
SYNONIMS:
ditto, echo, parrot, quote, reecho
RELATED WORDS:
mouth; ape, copy, copycat, emulate, imitate, mime, mimic
repeat (verb)
4.
to make or do again
SYNONIMS:
duplicate, redo, reduplicate, reiterate, remake, renew, replicate, reprise
RELATED WORDS:
recreate, reenact, reinvent
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