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iterate (verb), iterates; iterated; iterating
1. To say or to do the same thing again: Because her husband didn’t listen to her the first time, Linda had to iterate the fact that she was leaving the house to go shopping.

Little Tommy iterated tying his shoes as a form of practicing because he was learning it for the first time.

3. Uttering again or repeatedly: Mrs. Thompson iterated the English words for her German students while they reproduced the spoken words, one by one, as she was trying to improve their pronunciations.
4. Etymology: from Latin iterare, "to repeat"; fromiterum, "again".
To say or to repeat a second time.
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To say, to repeat, or to do the same thing again. (1)