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  1. repeat

    • IPA[rɪˈpiːt]

    英式

    • v.
      say again something one has already said;say again (something said or written by someone else)
    • n.
      something that occurs or is done again;a repeated broadcast of a television or radio programme
    • verb: repeat, 3rd person present: repeats, gerund or present participle: repeating, past tense: repeated, past participle: repeated

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. say again something one has already said:

      ‘Are you hurt?’ he repeated

      Billy repeated his question

    • 2. say again (something said or written by someone else):

      he repeated the words after me

      she repeated what I'd said

    • 3. say or do the same thing again:

      she was fretful and kept repeating herself

    • 4. used for emphasis:

      force was not—repeat, not—to be used

    • 5. do (something) again or more than once:

      earlier experiments were repeated on a larger scale

    • 6. broadcast (a television or radio programme) again:

      the thirteen episodes from the first two series were constantly repeated

    • 7. undertake (a course or period of instruction) again:

      Mark had to repeat first and second grades

    • 8. occur again in the same way or form:

      I don't intend to let history repeat itself

    • 9. illegally vote more than once in an election.
    • 10. attain an achievement again, especially by winning a championship for the second consecutive time:

      the first team in nineteen years to repeat as NBA champions

    • 11. (of a watch or clock) strike (the last hour or quarter) over again when required:

      a watch repeater that repeats hours and quarters

    • 12. (of food) be tasted intermittently for some time after being swallowed as a result of belching or indigestion:

      that cucumber repeated on me for hours

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. something that occurs or is done again:

      the final will be a repeat of last year

    • 2. a repeated broadcast of a television or radio programme:

      she goes home alone to TV dinners and repeats of ‘I Love Lucy’

    • 3. occurring, done, or used more than once:

      a repeat prescription

      a repeat offender

    • 4. a consignment of goods similar to one already received.
    • 5. a decorative pattern which is repeated uniformly over a surface:

      rugs with simple repeat patterns

    • 6. a passage intended to be repeated.
    • 7. a mark indicating a passage to be repeated.
    • adj. done or occurring again several times in the same way:

    • there were repeated attempts to negotiate

      despite repeated requests, neither company gave a satisfactory answer

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    • adj. done or occurring again several times in the same way:

    • there were repeated attempts to negotiate

      despite repeated requests, neither company gave a satisfactory answer

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    • used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

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    • used to indicate the continual repetition of an action or sequence of events, typically in a way regarded as tiresomely predictable

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    • n. a fee paid to a radio or television artist each time their performance is rebroadcast:

    • repeat fees are now based on the audience for each commercial, rather than on the number of times it is shown

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    • n.
      a backdrop on which a promotional logo is displayed in a repeating design, used as a background against which people, especially celebrities attending an event, are photographed:
    • he was all smiles for his close-up in front of the step-and-repeat
    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a process whereby the same image is repeated multiple times:
    • step-and-repeat printing

      a step-and-repeat pattern

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    • n.
      a backdrop on which a promotional logo is displayed in a repeating design, used as a background against which people, especially celebrities attending an event, are photographed:
    • he was all smiles for his close-up in front of the step-and-repeat
    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a process whereby the same image is repeated multiple times:
    • step-and-repeat printing

      a step-and-repeat pattern

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[rəˈpēt]

    美式

    • v.
      say again something one has already said:
    • “Are you hurt?” he repeated

      Billy repeated his question

    • n.
      an action, event, or other thing that occurs or is done again:
    • the final will be a repeat of last year

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  2. 知識+

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    • Repeated purchases

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