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repertoire

noun [C] uk   /ˈrep.ə.twɑːr/ us    /-ɚ.twɑːr/
all the music or plays, etc. that you can do or perform or that you know: The Royal Shakespeare Company also have many modern plays in their repertoire. There is an extensive repertoire of music written for the flute.
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