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Adjective: repeated  ri'pee-tid
  1. Recurring again and again
    "repeated efforts to stipulate the requirements";
    - perennial, recurrent
Verb: repeat  ri'peet
  1. To say, state, or perform again
    "She kept repeating her request";
    - reiterate, ingeminate, iterate, restate, retell
     
  2. Make, do or perform again
    "He could never repeat his brilliant performance of the magic trick";
    - duplicate, reduplicate, double, replicate
     
  3. Happen or occur again
    "This is a repeating story";
    - recur, reoccur
     
  4. To say again or imitate
    "followers repeating the cries of their leaders";
    - echo
     
  5. Do over
    - take over
     
  6. (music) repeat an earlier theme of a composition
    - reprise, recapitulate

See also: continual

Type of: act, come about, emit, fall out, go on, hap, happen, let loose, let out, move, occur, pass, pass off, play, reproduce, spiel, take place, tell, utter

Encyclopedia: Repeated

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