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Verb: render  ren-du(r)
  1. Cause to become
    "The shot rendered her immobile"
  2. Give something useful or necessary to
    "We rendered the room with an electrical heater";
    - supply, provide, furnish, offer
  3. (performing arts) perform or do in a particular way
    "The pianist rendered the Beethoven sonata beautifully";
    - interpret
  4. Give or supply
    "The estate renders some revenue for the family";
    - yield, return, give, generate
  5. Pass down
    "render a verdict";
    - deliver, return
  6. (law) make over as a return
    "They had to render the estate";
    - submit
  7. Give back
    "render money";
    - return
  8. To surrender someone or something to another
    "render up the prisoners"; "render the town to the enemy";
    - hand over, turn in, deliver
  9. (art) show in, or as in, a picture
    "the face of the child is rendered with much tenderness in this painting";
    - picture, depict, show
  10. (masonry) coat with plastic or cement
    "render the brick walls in the den"
  11. Bestow
    "render thanks";
    - give
  12. Restate (words) from one language into another language
    "She rendered the French poem into English";
    - translate, interpret
  13. (cooking) melt (fat or lard) in order to separate out impurities
    "render fat in a casserole";
    - try
  14. (computing) convert a digital description of something into an image that can be displayed on screen
  15. Convert waste animal tissue into usable by-products
    "The carcasses were rendered into pet food"
Noun: render  ren-du(r)
  1. A substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls

Derived forms: renders, rendered, rendering

Type of: coat, communicate, create, do, execute, get, gift, give, hand, ingeminate, intercommunicate, interpret, iterate, make, melt, melt down, pass, pass along, pass on, perform, present, produce, put across, reach, reiterate, repeat, represent, restate, retell, run, stucco, surface, turn over

Encyclopedia: Render, George