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  • The second image is the same model rendered without edge lines.
  • He had never rendered any special services to the court.
  • Emergency care in the field has been rendered in different forms since the beginning of recorded history.
  • There is more than one way to render such names in English.
  • However, efforts are being made to render this service to the public.
  • A rendered image can be understood in terms of a number of visible features.
  • This may render information systems research results difficult to understand, and has led to criticism.
  • They rendered considerable service to the king, and held high legal, financial, and military positions.
  • Edge lines have been rendered here as well which makes the image easier to see.
  • The first step renders the scene from the light's point of view.
  • Also, the results of such a model can be called a rendering.
  • The first image below has the faces of the box rendered, but all in the same color.
  • A particular set of related techniques have gradually become established in the rendering community.
  • Schools in rural areas face substantial lack of facilities to render them safe.
  • Probably the most valuable service he rendered to music was in his theoretical works.
  • Before the war, it was rendered in yellow on a blue background.
  • As my father said "You have rendered my whole life a failure".
  • This last part is necessary, but only on account of the second, which again is rendered necessary by the first.
  • The more the effects being applied the more the power required from the system to render the video in real-time.
  • Just a few weeks after its discovery, he was rendered almost totally blind.
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Meaning of render

  • noun A substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls
  • verb Cause to become
    The shot rendered her immobile
  • verb Give or supply
    The cow brings in 5 liters of milk, This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn, The estate renders some revenue for the family
  • verb Pass down
    render a verdict, deliver a judgment
  • verb Make over as a return
    They had to render the estate
  • verb Give back
    render money
  • verb Coat with plastic or cement
    render the brick walls in the den