Synonyms of repeat
1 reiterateDictionary • He repeated that he had been misquoted.
reiterate (formal) • He reiterated his opposition to the creation of a central bank.
recapitulate • Let's just recapitulate the essential points.
2 retellDictionary • I repeated the story to a delighted audience.
relate • He was relating a story he had once heard.
quote • Then suddenly he quoted a line from the play.
renew • He renewed his attack on government policy.
echo • The distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
reproduce • The effect has proved hard to reproduce.
rehearse • A group of actors are rehearsing a play about Joan of Arc.
recite • They recited poetry to one another.
duplicate • Scientists hope the work done can be duplicated elswhere.
1 repetitionDictionary • a repeat of Wednesday's massive protests
repetition • He could have cut much of the repetition and saved pages.
echo • He heard nothing but the echoes of his own voice in the cave.
PHRASAL VERB:▷ repeat itself
usage note:Since the sense of again is already contained within the re- part of the word repeat, it is unnecessary to say that something is repeated again.
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duplicateIf you duplicate something that has already been done, you repeat or copy it.
• Scientists hope the work done can be duplicated elswhere.
• The distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
echoAn echo is a sound which is caused by a noise being reflected off a surface such as a wall.
• He heard nothing but the echoes of his own voice in the cave.
Thesaurus for repeat from the Collins English Thesaurus
to say or write (something) again, either once or several times; restate or reiterate
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