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re·peat·ed

 (rĭ-pē′tĭd)
adj.
Said, done, or occurring again and again: We heard repeated knocks on the door.

re·peat′ed·ly adv.

repeated

(rɪˈpiːtɪd)
adj
done, made, or said again and again; continual or incessant
reˈpeatedly adv

re•peat•ed

(rɪˈpi tɪd)

adj.
done or said again and again: repeated attempts.
[1605–15]
re•peat′ed•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.repeated - recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"
continual - occurring without interruption; chiefly restricted to what recurs regularly or frequently in a prolonged and closely spaced series; "the continual banging of the shutters"

repeated

adjective persistent, constant, relentless, perpetual, continual, unrelenting, incessant, unremitting Repeated absence from school is problem behavior.
Translations
مُكَرَّر
opětovaný
gentagen
ismételt
endurtekinn
opätovaný

repeated

[rɪˈpiːtɪd] ADJ [attacks, warnings, attempts] → repetido; [requests, demands] → reiterado; [criticism] → constante
there have been repeated calls for his resignationse ha pedido su dimisión reiteradamente or repetidas veces

repeated

[rɪˈpiːtɪd] adj (= frequent) → répété(e)
He failed despite repeated efforts → Il a échoué malgré des efforts répétés.

repeated

adj, repeatedly
advwiederholt

repeat

(rəˈpiːt) verb
1. to say or do again. Would you repeat those instructions, please?
2. to say (something one has heard) to someone else, sometimes when one ought not to. Please do not repeat what I've just told you.
3. to say (something) one has learned by heart. to repeat a poem.
noun
something which is repeated. I'm tired of seeing all these repeats on television; (also adjective) a repeat performance.
reˈpeated adjective
said, done etc many times. In spite of repeated warnings, he went on smoking.
reˈpeatedly adverb
many times. I've asked him for it repeatedly.
repetition (repəˈtiʃən) noun
(an) act of repeating.
repetitive (rəˈpetətiv) adjective
doing, saying, the same thing too often. His speeches are very repetitive; My job is a bit repetitive.
reˈpetitively adverb
reˈpetitiveness noun
repeat oneself
to repeat what one has already said. Listen carefully because I don't want to have to repeat myself.

to repeat (not repeat again) the lessons.
References in classic literature ?
Go on with the next verse,' the Gryphon repeated impatiently:
Alice didn't know what to say to this: it wasn't at all like conversation, she thought, as he never said anything to HER; in fact, his last remark was evidently addressed to a tree--so she stood and softly repeated to herself: --
After repeated efforts they confessed that it could not be done.
The thing in the dark repeated in a louder tone, "Say the words.
The chieftain rose to his feet and uttered the name of my escort who, in turn, halted and repeated the name of the ruler followed by his title.
Then these learned men repeated to Caedmon some part of the Bible, explained the meaning of it, and asked him to tell it again in poetry.
repeated the monk, bending over him as if to tear from him the name if he would not utter it; "her name
the Sub-Warden repeated in a louder tone, as the Lord Chancellor, being in a state of abject terror, had dropped almost into a whisper) "--you will understand what it is they want.
You remember the children, Stiva, to play with them; but I remember them, and know that this means their ruin," she said--obviously one of the phrases she had more than once repeated to herself in the course of the last few days.
Eliot and his friends repeated their visit to the wigwam of Waban.
The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States.
You are a very offensive fellow sir,' repeated Mr Lammle.

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