Synonyms of render
2 provideDictionary • Any assistance you can render him will be helpful.
provide • The summit will provide an opportunity for discussions on the crisis.
give • This recipe was given to me years ago.
pay • My husband never pays me compliments or says he loves me.
present • The queen presented the prizes to the winning captain.
supply • an agreement not to supply chemical weapons to these countries
deliver • Don't promise what you can't deliver.
contribute • They say they would like to contribute more to charity.
yield • 400,000 acres of land yielded a crop worth $1.75 billion.
submit • They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
tender • She quickly tendered her resignation.
furnish • They'll be able to furnish you with the details.
3 deliverDictionary • The Board was slow to render its verdict.
deliver • He will deliver a speech about schools.
give • He gave no details of his plans.
return • They returned a verdict of not guilty.
pronounce • A specialist has pronounced him fully fit.
4 translateDictionary • 150 Psalms rendered into English
translate • Only a small number of his books have been translated into English.
explain • He explained the process to us in simple terms.
interpret • The speech might be interpreted as a coded message.
reproduce • permission to reproduce this article
transcribe • He decided to transcribe the work for piano.
construe • He may construe your approach as a hostile act.
5 give upDictionary • I render up my soul to God. sometimes followed by up
give up • After a few attempts he gave up.
give • a memorial to a man who gave his life for his country
deliver • He was led in handcuffs and delivered over to me.
yield • He may yield control.
surrender • She had to surrender all rights to her property.
relinquish (formal) • He does not intend to relinquish power.
cede • The General had promised to cede power by January.
6 representDictionary • a powerful, bizarre, and beautifully rendered story
represent • God is represented as male.
interpret • Shakespeare, marvellously interpreted by Orson Welles
portray • the landscape as portrayed by painters such as Poussin
depict • a gallery of pictures depicting famous battles
do • I've always wanted to do a show on his life.
give • She stretched her arms out and gave a great yawn.
play • His ambition is to play the part of Dracula.
present • He was presented as a tragic figure.
perform • students performing Shakespeare's Macbeth
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cedeIf someone in a position of authority cedes land or power to someone else, they let them have the land or power, often as a result of military or political pressure.
• The General had promised to cede power by January.
construeIf something is construed in a particular way, its nature or meaning is interpreted in that way.
• He may construe your approach as a hostile act.
contributeTo contribute money or resources to something means to give money or resources to help pay for something or to help achieve a particular purpose.
• They say they would like to contribute more to charity.
Thesaurus for render from the Collins English Thesaurus
to present or submit (accounts, etc) for payment, approval, or action