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recur

verb /riˈkəː/ ( past tense, past participle recurred)
to happen again; to come back again
repetirse
This problem keeps recurring.
recurrence /-ˈka-, (American) -ˈkəː-/ noun
recurrencia
He has had several recurrences of his illness.
recurrent /-ˈka-, (American) -ˈkəː-/ adjective happening often or regularly
recurrente
a recurrent nightmare.
Translations of “recur”
in Vietnamese tái diễn…
in Thai เกิดขึ้นอีก…
in Malaysian berulang…
in French se reproduire…
in German wiederkehren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反復出現, 再次發生, 重新産生…
in Indonesian kambuh…
in Russian повторяться…
in Turkish tekrarlamak, yinelemek, tekerrür etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反复出现, 再次发生, 重新产生…
in Polish powtarzać się, nawracać…
(Definition of recur from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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