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rendering

noun uk   /ˈren.dər.ɪŋ/ us    /-dɚ-/

rendering noun (PERFORMANCE)

[C] ( also rendition) the way that something is performed, written, drawn, etc.: Her rendering of the song was delightful.

rendering noun (TRANSLATION)

[C] a translation of a book or piece of writing into a different language or a different style: a new rendering of the Bible into modern English

rendering noun (IN BUILDING)

[U] specialized architecture a layer of plaster or cement on a wall: The rendering on two sides of the house needed to be removed.

rendering noun (OF DEAD ANIMALS)

[U] specialized food & drink, engineering the process of preparing or treating the bodies of dead animals in order to take out the fat and other substances that can be used in other products: the rendering of beef products a rendering plant
Translations of “rendering”
in Chinese (Traditional) 表演, 演奏, 表達…
in Russian исполнение, изображение…
in Turkish yorumlama, icra, oynama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表演, 演奏, 表达…
in Polish wykonanie, interpretacja, wizja…
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