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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.
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Adv.1.repeatedly - several time; "it must be washed repeatedly"

repeatedly

adverb over and over, often, frequently, many times, again and again, time and (time) again, time after time, many a time and oft (archaic or poetic) They have repeatedly denied the allegations.
Translations
بصورةٍ مُتَكَرِّرَهتَكْراراً
opakovaněopětovaně
gentagne gange
toistuvasti
opetovano
ismételten
hvaî eftir annaî
繰り返して
반복하여
opakovaneopätovne
večkrat
gång på gång
อย่างซ้ำๆ
defalarcatekrar tekrar
lặp lại

repeatedly

[rɪˈpiːtɪdlɪ] ADVrepetidamente, reiteradamente, repetidas veces
he has repeatedly denied the allegationsha desmentido repetidamente or reiteradamente or repetidas veces las acusaciones
they tried repeatedly to free herhubo repetidos intentos de liberarla
he repeatedly broke the rulesinfringía las reglas constantemente

repeatedly

[rɪˈpiːtɪdli] adv (= frequently) → à maintes reprisesrepeat offender nrécidiviste mfrepeat order n (British) (COMMERCE)commande f renouveléerepeat performance n (= reoccurrence) → répétition f
We don't want a repeat performance of last summer's fiasco → Nous ne voulons pas une répétition du fiasco de l'été dernier.repeat prescription n (British)renouvellement m d'ordonnance

repeatedly

[rɪˈpiːtɪdlɪ] advripetutamente

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.

repeatedly

تَكْراراً opakovaně gentagne gange wiederholt επανειλημμένως repetidamente toistuvasti à plusieurs reprises opetovano ripetutamente 繰り返して 반복하여 herhaaldelijk gang på gang wielokrotnie repetidamente неоднократно gång på gång อย่างซ้ำๆ defalarca lặp lại 反复地
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That was what, repeatedly, I dipped into my room and locked the door to say to myself.
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said Eva, as she flew across the room; and, throwing herself into her arms, she kissed her repeatedly.
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Bob Cass was figuring in a hornpipe, and his father, very proud of this lithe son, whom he repeatedly declared to be just like himself in his young days in a tone that implied this to be the very highest stamp of juvenile merit, was the centre of a group who had placed themselves opposite the performer, not far from the upper door.