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repeatverb [T]

us   /rɪˈpit/
to say, tell, or do something again: She repeated the question. Listen to the tape and repeat each word.
repeat
noun [C] us   /rɪˈpit, ˈri·pit/
We’re hoping to avoid a repeat of last year’s disaster.
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repeatverb

uk   /rɪˈpiːt/ us   /rɪˈpiːt/
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 running 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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repeatnoun [C]

uk   /rɪˈpiːt/ us   /rɪˈpiːt/
(Definition of repeat from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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