|repeat something||harp on|
|add to or repeat performance of, extra or repeated performance of something, interj. once more! (used by an audience to request a repeat or additional performance), request by an audience for a repeat or additional performance; performance given in res...||encore|
|aforesaid, same, as already stated, repeat something, same here, symbols representing repeated matter, the same thing applies elsewhere||ditto|
|another of the same, copied exactly, copy of something, copy something, photocopy, exact replica, reproduction, replicate, double, identical, matching, having 2 corresponding parts, repeat of something, repeat something||duplicate|
|apologetic, apologizing for something, asking somebody to repeat something, correcting a remark, pitiful, regretful, remorseful, distressed, apologetic; causing sorrow, causing grief; miserable, wretched; pitiful, contemptible, sympathetic, very bad||sorry|
|be repeated indefinitely, happen again, repeat; come to mind again; reappear, resurface, occur again, resort, return||recur|
|borrow library book for longer, extend something, get new supply, give somebody or something new energy, make something new again, repeat promise, replace something worn, restore to good condition; restart, resume; refresh, revive; extend for an additi...||renew|
|bring food up from stomach, draw back cud from the stomach into the mouth (in ruminant animals); vomit, throw up, flow in opposite direction to normal, flow out, repeat information mechanically||regurgitate|
|chatter, make small talk; walk, putter, small talk; sound of footsteps; gossip; slang, jargon, glib and rapid talk, repeat something rapidly, talk quickly||patter|
|chorus, repeat action, repeat music, repeat of musical passage, do a particular action again, repetition, repetition of a musical theme, reiteration of a previous section (Music); return to the first musical theme (Music); repetition of any action||reprise|
|citation, passage taken from another source; commercial offer; quotation mark, punctuation mark used to enclose a direct citation (the mark " ), cite, repeat the words of another person; offer as evidence to support a claim; state a price, offer a pric...||quote|
|code that checks identifies and corrects data errors in a computer (by joining it to each unit of data that is stored in memory and checking the data again on repeat reads), ECC||Error Correction Code|
|complete and utter, composed of identical polygons, enlisted soldier; frequent customer, repeat customer, following normal grammatical patterns, following routine, forming part of professional force, frequent visitor, happening frequently, having equal...||regular|
|count again, repeat counting||re-count|
|cultural idea, social practice, concept or action that becomes a norm and begins to repeat itself consciously in a society (term coined by Richard Dawkins in his book "The Selfish Gene", 1976)||meme|
|curving inward, double, copy; repeat, perform again, repeat or double, repeat speech sound, repeated||reduplicate|
|customary action, habit; drill, repetition of an activity for the sake of improving performance, training exercise, do something as custom, drill; repeat an activity several times in order to improve performance; observe, follow the customs (of religio...||practice|
|difference between actual and theoretical results, enduring, lasting, continuing; leftover, remaining, left as a residue, left over, relating to residue from rock weathering, repeat fee, something left over||residual|
|display as a check, effect, electronic sound repetition, imitate, imitator, make something repeat, organ control, reminder, repeated music, repeated sound, repetition of a sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a solid surface, repetition...||echo|
|do again, re-create, remake, do something differently, repeat something||redo|
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