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Translation of "repeat" - English-Spanish dictionary

repeat

verb   /rɪˈpiːt/
A2 to say or do something more than once repetir He repeated the number. The test must be repeated several times.
noun   /rɪˈpiːt/
something that happens or is done more than once repetición Everything is being done to avoid a repeat of the tragedy.
( also rerun) a television or radio programme that is broadcast again reposición, repetición
(Definition of repeat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

repeat

verb /rəˈpiːt/
to say or do again repetir Would you repeat those instructions, please?
to say (something one has heard) to someone else, sometimes when one ought not to repetir Please do not repeat what I’ve just told you.
to say (something) one has learned by heart recitar The teacher asked her to repeat a poem.
repeated adjective
said, done etc many times repetido In spite of repeated warnings, he went on smoking The judge said that he was very disturbed by a repeated pattern of criminal acts over a long period of time.
repeatedly adverb
many times repetidamente, muchas veces I’ve asked him for it repeatedly.
repetition /repəˈtiʃən/ noun
(an) act of repeating repetición repetition of a musical phrase.
repetitive /rəˈpetətiv/ adjective
doing, saying, the same thing too often repetitivo His speeches are very repetitive My job is a bit repetitive.
repetitively adverb
de manera repetitiva
repetitiveness noun
repetitividad, cualidad de repetitivo
repeat oneself verb
to repeat what one has already said respetirse Listen carefully because I don’t want to have to repeat myself.
to repeat (not repeat again) the lessons.
(Definition of repeat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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