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repeat (verb), repeats; repeated; repeating
1. To say or to write something again: "He was asked to repeat his question."
2. To do, to produce, or to experience something again or several times.
3. To utter another person's statement to say again what someone else has said.
4. To tell another person something that was told to a different individual; especially, when it was done in confidence.
5. To recite from memory or to recite something that has been learned.
6. To do, to experience, or to produce again; such as, to repeat past successes.
7. To express (oneself) in the same way or with the same words.
8. To do or to say something again; especially, more than once.
9. To commit a fraudulent offense of voting more than once in a single election.
10. An event or situation that is the same as a previous one.
11. Something which is broadcast, shown, or performed again; such as, on TV, the radio, etc.
12. A passage of music played again within a single piece, or the notation indicating that this is to be done.
13. Of, relating to, or being something that repeats or is repeated: a repeat offender; a repeat performance of the play.
14. Etymology: from Old French repeter, "to say" or "to do again, get back, demand the return of"; from Latin repetere, "to do" or "to say again, attack again"; from re-, "again" + petere, "to go toward, to seek, to demand, to attack".
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