The action of repeating something that has already been said or written
her comments are worthy of repetition
a repetition of his reply to the delegation
The recurrence of an action or event
there was to be no repetition of the interwar years
I didn't want a repetition of the scene in my office that morning
A thing repeated
the geometric repetitions of Islamic art
A training exercise that is repeated, esp. a series of repeated raisings and lowerings of the weight in weight training
The repeating of a passage or note
A piece set by a teacher to be learned by heart and recited
repeat: an event that repeats; "the events today were a repeat of yesterday's"
the act of doing or performing again
the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device
(repetitious) repetitive: characterized by repetition; "repetitive movement"
insistent: repetitive and persistent; "the bluejay's insistent cry"
Repetition was the fifth album by Unwound (and the fourth released on Kill Rock Stars). It was recorded in January 1996 at John and Stu's in Seattle, Washington.
"Repetition" is a 1989 ballad by Information Society. The song peaked at #76 in the Billboard Hot 100.
Repetition (Danish:Gjentagelsen) is a book by the 19th century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and published on October 16, 1843 under the pseudonym Constantin Constantius.
Rote learning is a learning technique which focuses on memorization. The major practice involved in rote learning is learning by repetition. The idea is that one will be able to quickly recall the meaning of the material the more one repeats it.
Repetition is important in music, where sounds or sequences are often . One often stated idea is that repetition should be in balance with the initial statements and variations in a piece. It may be called restatement, such as the restatement of a theme. ...
Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a sentence or a poetical line, with no particular placement of the words, in order to emphasize. This is such a common literary device that it is almost never even noted as a figure of speech.
The act or an instance of repeating or being repeated; : The act of performing a single, controlled exercise motion; also called a rep. A group of repetitions is a set
(Repetitions) The number of times an exercise is repeated in one set.
(1. Repetitions) Sometimes referred to as “reps” for short, this refers to the number of times you perform an exercise movement. Using squats as an example, one repetition when you drive your hips back, lower your body and return to starting position.
(Repetitions (Programme Lifestage)) This term is applied to programmes which do not yet have start and end dates, but all other programme setup information is known. This will be used for very short programmes, which run several times through the year, at short notice. ...
(Repetitions (Reps)) Let's say your doing push ups shall we. Taking into consideration the normal technique of a push up is lying down with 2 hands placed shoulder width aprt flat on the floor. ...
(Repetitions) (or “reps“): In every set, you will do the exercise X number of times, or “X reps”
(Repetitions) The number of times a person lifts a weight in muscle-strengthening activities. Repetitions are analogous to duration in aerobic activity.
(Repetitions) The number of work intervals in one set. For example, an interval training prescription of 5 x 150m would constitute one set of five repetitions of 150m runs.
(Repetitions) Whether the element repeats or not.
(Repetitions) are a form of repeats that are faster and shorter than intervals with full recovery between them (usually 4-6 times as long as the repetition). These are used for improvement of anaerobic capacity, running form and running economy.
(Repetitions) these are for example if you are doing sit-ups then 10 sit ups would be 10 reps.
(repetitions) Multiple contact and execution of a skill.
It is represented by the fact that the more we do something, the better we become at it. By repeating suggestions in hypnosis, the stronger the suggestive idea becomes.
The young child's work is very different from the adult's. When an adult works, he sets out to accomplish some goal and stops working when the object has been achieved. A child, however, does not work to accomplish an external goal but rather an internal one. ...