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French translation of 'recap'

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recap

[ˈriːkæp ]
noun
récapitulation f
[ˌriːˈkæp]intransitive verb
récapituler
transitive verb
récapituler

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Example Sentences Including 'recap'

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Look at the subject again for a couple of minutes, then recap the next day.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
But before we get to that, a quick recap of how the Miami people ended up unable to speak their own language.
Smithsonian Mag (2017)

Trends of 'recap'

Used Occasionally. recap is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'recap' in Other Languages

British English: recap VERB
You can say that you are going to recap when you want to draw people's attention to the fact that you are going to repeat the main points of an explanation, argument, or description, as a summary of it.
To recap briefly, the agreement was rejected 10 days ago.
Someone had asked him to recap his life.

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