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repeat /rɪˈpiːt/ verb [transitive]


مکرر کردن ، تکرار کنید ، بازگو کنید ، دوباره گفتن ، تکرار کردن ، تکرار شدن ، دوباره انجام دادن ، دوباره ساختن ، تکرار ، تجدید ، باز گفتن ، بازگو کردن ، بازگو ، باز انجام ، قانون ـ فقه: رونوشت ، علوم نظامی: عناصر تیر را تکرار کنید یا از نو
کامپیوتر: تکرار

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

repeat
[verb]
Synonyms:
- reiterate, echo, replay, reproduce, rerun, reshow, restate, retell
[noun]
Synonyms:
- repetition, echo, reiteration, replay, rerun, reshowing
Related Words: recite, recount, rehearse, relate, hash over, recapitulate, rehash, restate, retell, chime, din, echo, harp, ring, duplicate, reproduce, copy, ditto, imitate, recrudesce, recur, return, revert

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. repeat1 S2 W2 /rɪˈpiːt/ verb [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: repeated, repetitive, repetitious, repeatableunrepeatable; noun: repeat, repetition; adverb: repeatedly, repetitively; verb: repeat]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: repeter, from Latin repetere, from petere 'to go to, try to find']

1. SAY AGAIN to say or write something again:
Can you repeat your question?
Sorry – could you repeat that?
repeat that
Nick patiently repeated that he had to work that day.
It is not, I repeat not, my fault.
‘I promise,’ she repeated.
repeat yourself (=say something that you have said before, usually by mistake)
Elderly people tend to repeat themselves.

2. DO AGAIN to do something again:
Repeat the exercises twice a day.
We must not repeat the mistakes of the past.
repeat a class/grade/year (=do the same class at school again the following year)
The team are hoping to repeat their success (=achieve the same good result) of last season.

3. LEARN to say something that someone else has just said, especially in order to learn it
repeat (something) after somebody
Repeat after me: amo, amas, amat ...

4. TELL to tell someone something that you have heard, especially something secret:
Here’s what happened, but don’t repeat it.

5. BROADCAST to broadcast a television or radio programme again:
The series will be repeated in the autumn.

6. something doesn’t bear repeating used to say that you do not want to repeat what someone has said, especially because it is rude:
Her comments don’t bear repeating!
history repeats itself at history(8)
repeat on somebody phrasal verb British English
if food repeats on you, its taste keeps coming back into your mouth after you have eaten it

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. repeat2 noun [countable]
[Word Family: adjective: repeated, repetitive, repetitious, repeatableunrepeatable; noun: repeat, repetition; adverb: repeatedly, repetitively; verb: repeat]

1. [usually singular] an event that is very like something that happened before
repeat of
The match was basically a repeat of last year’s game at Wembley.
It was a terrible journey – I hope we don’t have a repeat performance (=have the same thing happen again) on the way home.

2. a television or radio programme that has been broadcast before:
‘Is it a repeat?’ ‘No, it’s a new series.’

3. repeat order/prescription British English an order of goods or a prescription of medicine that is the same as one you had before

4. technical the sign that tells a performer to play a piece of music again, or the music that is played again

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

repeat
verb
ADV. just, merely, simply There is no point in merely repeating what we've done before.
again | constantly, continually, endlessly, indefinitely, over and over (again) constantly repeating the same mistakes A single note repeated over and over again, throbbing in my head.
consistently, persistently, regularly | exactly, faithfully, word for word She faithfully repeated everything he had told her. He repeated what she had said word for word.
mechanically, parrot-fashion, parrot-like students repeating drills parrot-fashion
blandly, desperately, helplessly, lamely ‘Oh,’ she repeated lamely.
slowly | quietly, softly | patiently | stubbornly
VERB + REPEAT can/could only I can only repeat what I have already said to other journalists.
be necessary to, need to It may be necessary to repeat the dose several times to effect a cure.
PREP. after The students repeated each sentence after their teacher.
to You must not repeat this to anyone.
PHRASES keep repeating sb/sth She kept repeating it over and over again like a robot.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

repeat
verb
BAD: I asked her to repeat again what she had said.
GOOD: I asked her to repeat what she had said.

Usage Note:
repeat sth (WITHOUT again ): 'Would you mind repeating the question?'
' "I just can't believe it," he repeated.'
If you repeat something again , you repeat it a second time.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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