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repertoire (s) (noun), repertoires (pl)
1. The songs, plays, operas, readings, music, etc. that a player or an artist is prepared to perform: The band's repertoire includes both modern jazz and classical compositions.
2. The range or number of skills, aptitudes, or special accomplishments that a person or group has been able to do: Alice has a significant number of singing repertoires that she has done for audiences for several years.
3. Etymology: from Latin repertorium, "inventory, list"; from reparere, "to find, to get, to invent"; from re-, "again" + parere, "to produce, to bring forth."
Dramas or operas rehearsed for public viewing.
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