repeated, past tense; repeated, past participle; repeating, present participle; repeats, 3rd person singular present;
Say again something one has already said
“Are you hurt?” he repeated
Billy repeated his question
the landlady repeated that she was being very lenient with him
Say again (something said or written by someone else)
he repeated the words after me
she repeated what I'd said
Say or do the same thing again
Used for emphasis
force was not—repeat, not—to be used
Do (something) again, either once or a number of times
earlier experiments were to be repeated on a far larger scale
Broadcast (a television or radio program) again
Undertake (a course or period of instruction) again
Mark had to repeat first and second grades
Occur again in the same way or form
I don't intend to let history repeat itself
Illegally vote more than once in an election
Attain a particular success or achievement again, esp. by winning a championship for the second consecutive time
the first team in nineteen years to repeat as NBA champions
(of a watch or clock) Strike (the last hour or quarter) over again when required
(of food) Be tasted intermittently for some time after being swallowed as a result of belching or indigestion
it sat rather uncomfortably on my stomach and repeated on me for hours
An action, event, or other thing that occurs or is done again
the final will be a repeat of last year
A repeated broadcast of a television or radio program
Occurring, done, or used more than once
a repeat prescription
A consignment of goods similar to one already received
A decorative pattern that is repeated uniformly over a surface
A passage intended to be repeated
A mark indicating this
an event that repeats; "the events today were a repeat of yesterday's"
to say, state, or perform again; "She kept reiterating her request"
duplicate: make or do or perform again; "He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick"
recur: happen or occur again; "This is a recurring story"
to say again or imitate; "followers echoing the cries of their leaders"
do over; "They would like to take it over again"
In music, a repeat sign is the sign which indicates a section should be repeated. If the piece has one repeat sign alone, then that means to repeat from the beginning, and then continue on (or stop, if the sign appears at the end of the piece). ...
(Repeats) A rerun or repeat is a re-airing of an episode of a radio or television broadcast. The invention of the rerun is generally credited to Desi Arnaz. ...
An iteration; a repetition; A rerun, something that has been done before; or (intransitive) To do or say again (and again)
(repeating) of spores, giving rise to the same type of mycelium as that on which they developed.
repeating the word just said. One example is on the Kanye West song "Gold Digger". On the edit, instead of saying "broke nigga" they say "broke, broke".
(Repeats) A repeated distance in a given time interval.
(Repeats) Additional money paid to featured artistes when a production is re-broadcast or sold for broadcast internationally.
(Repeats) Experimental runs using the same combination of treatments, run consecutively without new setups.
(Repeats) Runs, usually on a track, of distances up to 800 meters. Unlike an interval, Repeats have full recovery, usually a jog equal to the length of the run. The objective is to work on form, not on oxygen capacity, unlike intervals. ...
(Repeats) Some concepts lend themselves to reuse. File off the serial numbers, change the names to protect the guilty, and dress everything up a bit differently to present something you know from past experience is interesting and works well. ...
(repeats) Another term for speed workouts. "I'm doing 800 meter repeats" means a person is doing 800 meters hard, then taking a recovery, then doing another 800 and continuing for a specified amount.
Layout used for making emblems or designs on a fabric span that are repeated at regular intervals.
This verb means "to witness" in the sense of a person "repeating" what he heard or saw. The noun derived from this verb is eyd [str:5707] which is a "witness." Another word coming from this verb is the adverb od [str:5751] meaning "again. ...
The repetition of a section or a composition as indicated by particular signs.
Complete unit of pattern for design. Repeats vary in size considerably, depending on the weave, type of material, texture, and the use of the cloth. Measured vertically and horizontally, repeat information is used in defining how to layout the fabric on the furniture.
whether a field can occur more than once in a record
A student may choose to retake a class he or she has already completed in order to earn a higher grade. In order for the grade earned the second time to replace the first grade, the course must be exactly the same and it must be repeated at Baylor. ...
Repetitive DNA in which the same sequence occurs multiple times.