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repeat

verb uk   /rɪˈpiːt/ us  
A2 [T] to say or tell people something more than once: Would you mind repeating what you just said? Please don't repeat what I've just told you to anyone else. [+ that] She repeated that she had no intention of standing for president.A2 [I or T] to happen, or to do something, more than once: The test must be repeated several times. This is an offer never to be repeated. Johnny had to repeat a year/class at school. Some historians think that history repeats itself.repeat yourself to say the same thing again, or the same things again and again: His speech was dreadful - he just kept repeating himself.
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repeat

noun [C] uk   /rɪˈpiːt/ us  
a situation in which something happens or is done more than once: All this is a repeat/a repeat performance of what happened last year. a television or radio programme that is broadcast again: There's nothing but repeats on television these days.
Traducciones de “repeat”
en coreano 반복하다…
en árabe يُكَرِّر…
en francés répéter, réciter…
en turco tekrar etmek, yinelemek, tekrar söylemek…
en italiano ripetere…
en chino (tradicionál) 重複, 重說, 重做…
en ruso повторять, рассказывать…
en polaco powtarzać…
en español repetir, recitar…
en portugués repetir…
en alemán wiederholen, weiter erzählen, aufsagen…
en catalán repetir…
en japonés ~を繰り返す, 反復する…
en chino (simplificado) 重复, 重说, 重做…
(Definition of repeat from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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