Synonyms of 'repeat'
to say, write, or do againHe repeated that he had been misquoted.
to tell to another person (the secrets told to one by someone else)I repeated the story to a delighted audience.
He was relating a story he had once heard.
Then suddenly he quoted a line from the play.
He renewed his attack on government policy.
The distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
The effect has proved hard to reproduce.
A group of actors are rehearsing a play about Joan of Arc.
They recited poetry to one another.
duplicate, , ,
Scientists hope the work done can be duplicated elswhere.
the act or an instance of repeatinga repeat of Wednesday's massive protests
See repeat itself
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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in the sense of duplicate
to do again (something that has already been done)Scientists hope the work done can be duplicated elswhere.
in the sense of echo
(of a place) to be filled with a sound and its echoesThe distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
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