Definition of 'repeat'
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Repeat this process with the remaining broth and the white wine. The Sun (2016)You can repeat this treatment again after you have brought your plants in. The Sun (2016)But it does not include films in its repeats tally. The Sun (2016)Repeat the process until all the stock is used up and the rice is al dente. The Sun (2016)Repeat to make two more wraps. The Sun (2016)Open the door and if he does it again, repeat the process. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Repeat the process using three more sheets, changing the direction each time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'd love a repeat again. The Sun (2016)He was also rumbled as an uninspiring public speaker who charged 190,000 for sometimes repeating an inane 30-minute lecture on leadership. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They repeat the song again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So is history about to repeat itself? Times, Sunday Times (2010)We just repeat the same results year by year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The couple get repeat business from a number of regular clients. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Repeat this process until the batter is used up. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Repeat to make eight skewers in total. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The politicians just agree with you and then they repeat it sometimes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The next day was almost an exact repeat of the day before. Christianity Today (2000)Charities said a repeat of the tragedy was only narrowly avoided. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And the result is that the eurozone is about to repeat history. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Repeat this process for each piece of fish. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Removing the cost of the drugs also makes repeat cycles more feasible. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It would be fatuous to suggest that an exact repeat is on the cards. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Music is a luck link so have a favourite song on repeat when you buy a lottery ticket. The Sun (2011)We need stronger and longer sentences and if a person is a repeat offender then the sentence should be amplified. The Sun (2012)The availability of consumer panel data and recognition of the critical importance of repeat buying has heightened interest in this area. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)Then repeat another five times, this time holding for ten seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Having said that, tests sometimes need repeating. The Sun (2009)Switch sides and repeat for another 30 seconds. The Sun (2014)Repeat your programme three times a week, making sure you leave a day to rest between each workout. The Sun (2013)All they need to do is set it initially with a phone call where they speak to a person or repeat phrases to a computer. The Sun (2016)The aim is to remove any temptation for ratings agencies to give glowing ratings to the banks' bonds in return for repeat business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'repeat'
British English: repeat /rɪˈpiːt/ NOUN
If there is a repeat of an event, usually an undesirable event, it happens again.
There were fears that there might be a repeat of last year's campaign of strikes.
- American English: repeat
- Arabic: تَكْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: repetição
- Chinese: 重复
- Croatian: ponavljanje
- Czech: opakování
- Danish: gentagelse
- Dutch: herhaling
- European Spanish: repetición
- Finnish: toisto
- French: rediffusion
- German: Wiederholung
- Greek: επανάληψη
- Italian: ripetizione
- Japanese: 繰り返し
- Korean: 반복
- Norwegian: repetisjon
- Polish: powtórzenie
- European Portuguese: repetição
- Romanian: repetare
- Russian: повторение
- Spanish: repetición
- Swedish: repris
- Thai: การกระทำซ้ำ
- Turkish: tekrar
- Ukrainian: повторення
- Vietnamese: sự nhắc lại
British English: repeat /rɪˈpiːt/ VERB
If you repeat something, you say or write it again.
She repeated what she had said before.
- American English: repeat
- Arabic: يُكَرِّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: repetir
- Chinese: 重复
- Croatian: ponoviti
- Czech: opakovat
- Danish: gentage
- Dutch: herhalen
- European Spanish: repetir
- Finnish: toistaa
- French: répéter recommencer
- German: wiederholen
- Greek: επαναλαμβάνω
- Italian: ripetere
- Japanese: 繰り返す
- Korean: 반복하다
- Norwegian: repetere
- Polish: powtórzyć
- European Portuguese: repetir
- Romanian: a repeta
- Russian: повторять
- Spanish: repetir
- Swedish: upprepa
- Thai: พูด เขียนทำซ้ำ
- Turkish: tekrarlamak
- Ukrainian: повторювати
- Vietnamese: nhắc lại
British English: repeat ADJECTIVE
If a company gets repeat business or repeat customers, people who have bought their goods or services before buy them again.
Nearly 60% of our bookings come from repeat business and personal recommendation.
Definition of repeat from the Collins English Dictionary
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