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  • These three operations are repeated until no new states can be added to the set.
  • The process is repeated until the opposite edge of the field is reached.
  • He repeated this performance in a further Australian production of the show.
  • This course was repeated every six months until war's end.
  • The last few years has seen repeated changes of government.
  • This can be repeated only twice, after which the deal passes to the next player.
  • Each population's song changes slowly over a period of years without repeating.
  • The game repeats with increased difficulty until the player has lost three lives.
  • While still sometimes repeated, however, this idea is not widely accepted.
  • OUT will then go high again, and the whole process repeats itself.
  • It may also be extended to work for functions that will repeat themselves.
  • In this form he does not know any other words other than his own name which he repeats.
  • Germany includes repeated impact force testing upon new fire wall systems.
  • Originally planned as an annual event, the match was not repeated.
  • It has been repeated so often in print that it has taken on a life of its own.
  • The result was the same no matter how many times they repeated the estimation.
  • This can repeat a certain number of times before the player faces their final and most powerful form.
  • This process is repeated until the end-user is satisfied with the final system.
  • When received, the pressure must be released and repeated monthly until finished.
  • This can be repeated until the player decides to release the ball.
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Meaning of repeat

  • noun An event that repeats
    the events today were a repeat of yesterday's
  • verb To say, state, or perform again
    She kept reiterating her request
  • verb To say again or imitate
    followers echoing the cries of their leaders
  • verb Do over
    They would like to take it over again