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it·er·ate

 (ĭt′ə-rāt′)
tr.v. it·er·at·ed, it·er·at·ing, it·er·ates
To say or perform again; repeat. See Synonyms at repeat.

[Latin iterāre, iterāt-, from iterum, again; see i- in Indo-European roots.]

iterate

(ˈɪtəˌreɪt)
vb
(tr) to say or do again; repeat
[C16: from Latin iterāre, from iterum again]
ˈiterant adj
ˌiterˈation, ˈiterance n

it•er•ate

(ˈɪt əˌreɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
1. to utter again or repeatedly.
2. to do (something) over again or repeatedly.
[1525–35; < Latin iterāre to repeat, derivative of iterum again]
it′er•ance, n.

iterate


Past participle: iterated
Gerund: iterating

Imperative
iterate
iterate
Present
I iterate
you iterate
he/she/it iterates
we iterate
you iterate
they iterate
Preterite
I iterated
you iterated
he/she/it iterated
we iterated
you iterated
they iterated
Present Continuous
I am iterating
you are iterating
he/she/it is iterating
we are iterating
you are iterating
they are iterating
Present Perfect
I have iterated
you have iterated
he/she/it has iterated
we have iterated
you have iterated
they have iterated
Past Continuous
I was iterating
you were iterating
he/she/it was iterating
we were iterating
you were iterating
they were iterating
Past Perfect
I had iterated
you had iterated
he/she/it had iterated
we had iterated
you had iterated
they had iterated
Future
I will iterate
you will iterate
he/she/it will iterate
we will iterate
you will iterate
they will iterate
Future Perfect
I will have iterated
you will have iterated
he/she/it will have iterated
we will have iterated
you will have iterated
they will have iterated
Future Continuous
I will be iterating
you will be iterating
he/she/it will be iterating
we will be iterating
you will be iterating
they will be iterating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been iterating
you have been iterating
he/she/it has been iterating
we have been iterating
you have been iterating
they have been iterating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been iterating
you will have been iterating
he/she/it will have been iterating
we will have been iterating
you will have been iterating
they will have been iterating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been iterating
you had been iterating
he/she/it had been iterating
we had been iterating
you had been iterating
they had been iterating
Conditional
I would iterate
you would iterate
he/she/it would iterate
we would iterate
you would iterate
they would iterate
Past Conditional
I would have iterated
you would have iterated
he/she/it would have iterated
we would have iterated
you would have iterated
they would have iterated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.iterate - to say, state, or perform again; "She kept reiterating her request"
tell - let something be known; "Tell them that you will be late"
perseverate - psychology: repeat a response after the cessation of the original stimulus; "The subjects in this study perseverated"
ditto - repeat an action or statement; "The next speaker dittoed her argument"
harp, dwell - come back to; "Don't dwell on the past"; "She is always harping on the same old things"
translate, interpret, render - restate (words) from one language into another language; "I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S."; "Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"; "She rendered the French poem into English"; "He translates for the U.N."
paraphrase, rephrase, reword - express the same message in different words
sum up, summarize, summarise, resume - give a summary (of); "he summed up his results"; "I will now summarize"
quote, cite - repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her"
2.iterate - run or be performed again; "the function iterates"
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
recur, repeat - happen or occur again; "This is a recurring story"

iterate

verb
To state again:
Translations
iterierenwiederholen

iterate

vt (form)wiederholen

iterate

[ˈɪtəˌreɪt] vt (frm) → iterare
References in classic literature ?
But there is no such gain of time, as to iterate often the state of the question; for it chaseth away many a frivolous speech, as it is coming forth.
I must iterate that I had this thought in the midst of my dreaming, and I take it as an evidence of the merging of my two personalities, as evidence of a point of contact between the two disassociated parts of me.
Joan and David--partners," Tudor began to iterate and reiterate in a malicious and scornful chant.
Earth trembl'd from her entrails, as again In pangs, and Nature gave a second groan, Skie lowr'd, and muttering Thunder, som sad drops Wept at compleating of the mortal Sin Original; while ADAM took no thought, Eating his fill, nor EVE to iterate Her former trespass fear'd, the more to soothe Him with her lov'd societie, that now As with new Wine intoxicated both They swim in mirth, and fansie that they feel Divinitie within them breeding wings Wherewith to scorn the Earth: but that false Fruit Farr other operation first displaid, Carnal desire enflaming, hee on EVE Began to cast lascivious Eyes, she him As wantonly repaid; in Lust they burne: Till ADAM thus 'gan EVE to dalliance move.
He also iterates the need to ensure the same across the border so that the benefits can be achieved mutually through an efficient border system on both the sides.
The Sindh government, on the other, iterates that the teachers must appear and pass the Qualified Teacher Status Evaluation test so that they can be promoted from primary to secondary level.
This paper complements the results for (restarted) GMRES by showing that any finite sequence of residual norms is possible in the first n iterations of restarted FOM, where by finite we mean that we only consider the case that all FOM iterates are defined, and thus no "infinite" residual norms occur.
Ceon PCC reportedly searches, iterates and generates valid product possibilities from generic templates using Ceon's telecomms services modelling technology.
Yet with this work, it is perhaps finally clear (and more intriguing) that Eliasson iterates a solar fascination, as evinced in the artificial rainbow of Beauty, 1993; Your sun machine, 1997; and a succession of synthetic suns that culminated in the Weather Project, 2003, at Tate Modem.
The new work can be placed between partitions, but in the spirit of Chaos theory it all iterates from simple base rules.
Schnabel and Chow [1991] select [T.sub.c] and [V.sub.c] such that the model interpolates function and gradient values from p past iterates, where p is a small number.
These results imply that a tiny error in rounding off at the first step is sufficient to destroy any attempt at predicting where the orbit is likely to be after, say, 50 iterates. On top of that, errors occur not just in the initial conditions but also at every step.