iterate iterate

Definition(s):

  1. (v) to say, state, or perform again
  2. (v) run or be performed again

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Usage(s):

  • What I had heard was that he had given a performance and I thought, at the time that it would be sufficient to re-iterate what I had said in Philadelphia.

News

  1. Engineering to launch design innovation institute

    Answering the call for a more technologically literate workforce, the College of Engineering is launching a new institute for design innovation, with a $20 million gift from the Paul and Stacy Jacobs Foundation. UC Berkeley engineers watched via webcast as Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs, president of the foundation, made the announcement at a Clinton Global Initiative meeting in Chicago.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: UC Berkeley NewsCenter

  2. Get a job: Kabam is looking for 3D artists

    San Francisco-based mobile developer Kabam is searching for a 3D artist to "collaborate and iterate with a small, passionate in-house team crafting a fantastic new game for mobile and tablet devices." ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Gamasutra

Quotes

  1. "Both our businesses have continued to make good progress, despite the economic climate, and we are able to re-iterate all the financial guidance we have given for the full year. In parallel, work progresses on schedule towards our proposed...
    on Jul 22, 2009 By: Charles Dunstone Source: Wall Street Journal

  2. "I must re-iterate that it is just not on that an Italian club can only have three Europeans in their team, and not even a single player from their home country," said Blatter. "Look at Juventus, they have at least six Italians in their team....
    on Nov 20, 2007 By: Sepp Blatter Source: Goal.com

  3. "The incredible legacy of Armadillo is their ability to fly over and over again in a low-cost fashion. They actually build the vehicle, fly it, see what happens, and make the repairs. They can iterate multiple times in a couple of days,"...
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Peter Diamandis Source: Space.com

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