Repeat means to say or do something again, or to copy someone else.(verb)
An example of to repeat is to play an audio clip again.
Repeat is defined as an act of copying or something that has been done already.(noun)
An example of a repeat is a television broadcast that has already aired.
The definition of repeat is relating to or being of a copy or duplicate of something.(adjective)
An example of repeat used as an adjective is in the phrase "repeat performance," which means a performance that is being done for a second time.
See repeat in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME repeten < OFr repeter < L repetere < re-, again + petere, to demand, rush at, fall: see feather
See repeat in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb re·peat·ed, re·peat·ing, re·peats verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English repeten
Origin: , from Old French repeter
Origin: , from Latin repetere, to seek again
Origin: : re-, re-
Origin: + petere, to seek; see pet- in Indo-European roots.
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