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We are sincerely grateful to everyone who has rendered assistance to the victims of the earthquake.
He received payment for services rendered.
The power of the ocean was beautifully rendered in the poem.
Solar power could become a viable energy source, rendering fossil fuels obsolete.
His back injury had rendered him unfit for work.
Failure to supply these details will render the contract invalid.
This is the American English definition of render. View British English definition of render.
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