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Can you repeat what you just said, please?
The first line is repeated throughout the poem.
If you repeat those allegations, we will consult our lawyers.
He repeated that he was not interested in buying a new car.
If you don't pass this test you'll have to repeat the ninth grade.
Repeat the exercise eight times with each leg.
When they repeated the experiment, the results were completely different.
I'll tell you a secret, but please don't repeat it to anyone.
She can repeat the poem from memory (=without looking at it).
The students carefully repeated the words after the teacher.
This is the American English definition of repeat. View British English definition of repeat.
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