rendition rendering translation artistic interpretation of a song etc renegade

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rendition rendering; translation; artistic interpretation of a song, etc renegade deserter; traitor; ADJ. renege break a promise; deny; go back on; Ex. renege on the contract/paying off the debt renounce abandon; give up (by formal announcement); disown; repudiate; Ex. renounce one’s claim to the prop- erty/one’s religion; N. renunciation renovate restore to good condition; renew renown fame; ADJ. renowned herald messenger; sign of something to come; V: announce; proclaim; Ex. unheralded researcher rent tear made by rending; rip; split reparable capable of being repaired reparation compensation (for loss or wrong); amends; Ex. make reparation for the damage; CF. repair repartee quick clever reply repast meal; feast; banquet repeal revoke; annul repel drive away; disgust; Ex. repel the attack/moisture; Ex. repelled by the dirty room; CF. repulsion repellent driving away; disgusting; offensive; repulsive; unattractive; N. repercussion rebound; reaction; reverberation; Ex. serious repercussion repertoire list of works of music, drama, etc., a performer is prepared to present; CF. repertory repine fret; complain; be annoyed; Ex. repine over the un- done work replenish fill up again replete fully filled; filled to the brim or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied; Ex. report replete with errors memoir memoirs; autobiography; biography brim uppermost edge of a cup; projecting rim (as on a hat); Ex. The glass was full to the brim; V: be full to the brim replica copy replicate reproduce; duplicate repository storehouse repose resting; state of being at rest; calmness; V: lie at rest; relax; put or place; Ex. repose our hopes in a single man reprehensible deserving blame; blameworthy; V. repre- hend: blame repress hold back (the natural expression of); restrain; crush; oppress; Ex. repressed child; Ex. repress a laugh/rebellion reprieve postponement or cancelation of a punishment; temporary stay; V: postpone or cancel the punishment of reprimand reprove severely; rebuke; N. reprisal retaliation 68
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reprise musical repetition; repeating of a piece of music; re- peat performance; recurrent action; Ex. reprise in the finale; Ex. constant reprises reproach blame (not angrily but sadly); express disap- proval or disappointment; N. ADJ. reproachful reprobate morally disapproved person; person hardened in sin, devoid of a sense of decency; CF. disapproved by God ? reprobation severe disapproval; CF. approbation reprove censure; rebuke; N. reproof repudiate disown; disavow; deny repugnance disgust; strong dislike; loathing; ADJ. repug- nant: arousing disgust; repulsive repulsion distaste; disgust; act of driving back; ADJ. repul- sive: causing disgust; tending to drive away; V. repel (not ‘repulse’) repulse reject with rudeness or coldness (an offer or friend- ship); drive back (an enemy attack); CF. repulse = cause repulsion reputable respectable; having a good reputation reputed supposed; Ex. reputed father of the child; V. re- pute: consider; N. repute: reputation; esteem requiem mass for the dead; dirge mass Christian religious ceremony; CF. Mass: ceremony of
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