repeat

repeat
rə'pi:t
1. verb
1) (to say or do again: Would you repeat those instructions, please?) repetir
2) (to say (something one has heard) to someone else, sometimes when one ought not to: Please do not repeat what I've just told you.) repetir
3) (to say (something) one has learned by heart: to repeat a poem.) recitar

2. noun
(something which is repeated: I'm tired of seeing all these repeats on television; (also adjective) a repeat performance.) repetición, reposición (televisión, cine)
- repeatedly
- repetition
- repetitive
- repetitively
- repetitiveness
- repeat oneself

repeat vb repetir
could you repeat that please? ¿podrías repetirlo, por favor?
repeat
tr[rɪ'piːt]
noun
1 (gen) repetición nombre femenino
2 (on television) reposición nombre femenino
transitive verb
1 repetir
could you repeat the question, please? ¿podría repetir la pregunta, por favor?
intransitive verb
1 repetir
repeat [ri'pi:t] vt
: repetir
repeat n
: repetición f
repeat
n.
pedido de repetición s.m.
repetición s.f.
retransmisión s.f.
v.
bisar v.
duplicar v.
recitar v.
refrendar v.
reiterar v.
renovar v.
repetir v.
tornar v.

I
1. rɪ'piːt
transitive verb
1)
a) (say again) \<\<sound/word/sentence\>\> repetir*
b) (divulge) contar*

don't repeat this, will you, but ... — no lo vayas a contar, pero ...

c) (recite) (AmE) \<\<lesson/poem\>\> repetir*, recitar
2) (do again) repetir*; \<\<episode\>\> (Rad, TV) volver* a emitir or transmitir

2.
v refl

to repeat oneself — repetirse*

history repeats itself — la historia se repite


3.
vi
1) (stressing instruction, statement) repetir*

repeat after me — repitan lo que digo

this is not, (I) repeat, not an exercise — esto no es un simulacro, repito, no es un simulacro

2) \<\<food\>\>

to repeat ON somebody: onions repeat on me — la cebolla me repite

3) repeating pres p <rifle/clock/watch> de repetición

II
noun
a) (repetition) repetición f

we want to avoid a repeat of last year's fiasco — queremos evitar que se repita el desastre del año pasado; (before n)

repeat performance — (Theat) repetición f

b) (Rad, TV) (of program) repetición f; (of a series) reposición f, retransmisión f
[rɪ'piːt]
1. VT
1) (=say or do again) repetir; [+ thanks] reiterar, volver a dar; [+ demand, request, promise] reiterar; (Scol) [+ year, subject] repetir

could you repeat that, please? — ¿podría repetir (eso), por favor?

this offer cannot be repeated — esta oferta no se repetirá

the pattern is repeated on the collar and cuffs — el dibujo se repite en el cuello y en los puños

repeat after me, I must not steal — repetid conmigo, no debo robar

could history repeat itself? — ¿se podría repetir la historia?

to repeat o.s. — repetirse

at the risk of repeating myself — con el peligro de repetirme

2) (=divulge) contar

don't repeat this to anybody — no le cuentes esto a nadie

3) (=recite) recitar
4) (esp Brit) (TV) [+ programme] repetir; [+ series] repetir, reponer

the programme will be repeated on Monday — el programa se repetirá el lunes

2. VI
1) (=say or do again) repetir

we are not, I repeat, not going to give up — no vamos, repito, no vamos a ceder

lather the hair, rinse and repeat — aplicar al cabello formando espuma, aclarar y repetir la operación

2) * [food] repetir *

radishes repeat on me — me repite el rábano *

3) (Math) [number] repetirse
3. N
1) repetición f

in order to prevent a repeat of the tragedy — para evitar la repetición de la tragedia, para evitar que la tragedia se repita

2) (esp Brit) (TV) [of programme] repetición f ; [of series] repetición f , reposición f

it can be seen tonight at eight, with a repeat on Monday — se podrá ver esta noche a las ocho y será repetido el lunes

3) (Mus) repetición f
4.
CPD

repeat mark(s) N (PL) — (Mus) símbolo(s) m(pl) de repetición

repeat offender N — delincuente mf reincidente

repeat order N(Brit) (Comm) orden f repetida

repeat performance N — (Theat) (also fig) repetición f

he will give a repeat performance on Friday — hará una repetición el viernes, repetirá la función el viernes

I don't want a repeat performance of your behaviour last time — que no se repita tu comportamiento de la última vez

repeat prescription N(Brit) receta f renovada

repeat sign N (Mus) — = repeat mark

* * *

I
1. [rɪ'piːt]
transitive verb
1)
a) (say again) \<\<sound/word/sentence\>\> repetir*
b) (divulge) contar*

don't repeat this, will you, but ... — no lo vayas a contar, pero ...

c) (recite) (AmE) \<\<lesson/poem\>\> repetir*, recitar
2) (do again) repetir*; \<\<episode\>\> (Rad, TV) volver* a emitir or transmitir

2.
v refl

to repeat oneself — repetirse*

history repeats itself — la historia se repite


3.
vi
1) (stressing instruction, statement) repetir*

repeat after me — repitan lo que digo

this is not, (I) repeat, not an exercise — esto no es un simulacro, repito, no es un simulacro

2) \<\<food\>\>

to repeat ON somebody: onions repeat on me — la cebolla me repite

3) repeating pres p <rifle/clock/watch> de repetición

II
noun
a) (repetition) repetición f

we want to avoid a repeat of last year's fiasco — queremos evitar que se repita el desastre del año pasado; (before n)

repeat performance — (Theat) repetición f

b) (Rad, TV) (of program) repetición f; (of a series) reposición f, retransmisión f

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