repetition

  1. an event that repeats
  2. the act of doing or performing again
  3. the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device

repetition

[n] - the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device 2. [n] - the act of doing or performing again
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Repetition

One complete movement of an exercise.
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Repetition

One complete movement of an exercise.
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Repetition

Rep`e·ti'tion (rĕp`e-tĭsh'ŭn) noun [ Latin repetitio : confer French répétition . See Repeat .] 1. The act of repeating; a doing or saying again; iteration. « I need not be barren of accusations; he hath faults, with surplus to tire in repe...
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repetition

1. The act of repeating; a doing or saying again; iteration. 'I need not be barren of accusations; he hath faults, with surplus to tire in repetition.' (Shak) ... 2. Recital from memory; rehearsal. ... 3. The act of repeating, singing, playing, the same piece or part a second time; reiteration of a note. ... 4. Reiteration, or repeating the same wo...
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repetition

repeating noun the act of doing or performing again
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repetition

noun the repeated use of the same word or word pattern as a rhetorical device
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Repetition

• (n.) The act of repeating, singing, or playing, the same piece or part a second time; reiteration of a note. • (n.) The act of repeating; a doing or saying again; iteration. • (n.) Reiteration, or repeating the same word, or the same sense in different words, for the purpose of making a deeper impression on the audience. • (n....
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repetition

(from the article `learning theory`) A major theoretical issue concerns whether associations grow in strength with exercise or whether they are fully established all at once. Evidence is ... Since in essence all folk literature is oral and subject to its survival in the human mind, it is full of devices to aid memory. Perhaps most commo...
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Repetition

(from the article `Kierkegaard, Søren`) ...is best known: Enten-Eller: et livs-fragment (1843; Either/Or: A Fragment of Life), Gjentagelsen (1843; Repetition), Frygt og baeven (1843; Fear ...
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repetition

A very effective means of rhetoric in speeches (and a means of structuring a text). The main points of speech are repeated again and again, and therefore gain special emphasis.
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Repetition

The act by which a person demands and seeks to recover what he has paid by mistake, or delivered on a condition which has not been performed. The name of an action which lies to recover the payment which has been made by mistake, when nothing was due. Repetition is never admitted in relation to natural obligations which have been voluntarily acqu.....
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Repetition

[Information Society song] `Repetition` is a 1989 ballad by Information Society. The song peaked at #76 in the Billboard Hot 100. The music video, shot in black and white, shows the band between building ruins and old things, that complete the sad line of the lyrics. ==Tracks== , CD Single ==Charts== ...
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Repetition

[rhetorical device] Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a sentence or a poetical line, with no particular placement of the words, in order to secure emphasis. This is such a common literary device that it is almost never even noted as a figure of speech. It also has connotations to listing for effect and is used commonly by...
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Repetition

[music] Repetition is important in music, where sounds or sequences are often repeated. One often stated idea is that repetition should be in balance with the initial statements and variations in a piece.{citation needed|date=July 2008} It may be called restatement, such as the restatement of a theme. While it plays a role in all music, wit...
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Repetition

[Kierkegaard] Repetition (Gjentagelsen) is an 1843 book by Søren Kierkegaard and published under the pseudonym Constantin Constantius to mirror its titular theme. Constantin investigates whether repetition is possible, and the book includes his experiments and his relation to a nameless patient known only as the Young Man. The Young Man ha...
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Repetition

Within a form, repetition fixes the musical material in our mind and satisfies our need for the fami
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repetition

each hard effort in an interval workout. Also, one complete movement in a weight-training exercise; rep for short.
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Repetition

each hard effort in an interval workout. Also, one complete movement in a weight-training exercise; rep for short.
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