- n an event that repeats
the events today were a repeat of yesterday's
- v to say, state, or perform again
- v make or do or perform again
- v happen or occur again
- v to say again or imitate
- v do over
- v repeat an earlier theme of a composition
- Now, the most backward, isolated country in the world may be about to see history repeat itself.
- After a year of epic financial crisis, 2009 will if all goes well be a time for digging ourselves out of the mess and figuring out how to prevent a repeat.
- Her next goals: an indemnity fund for victims, a bill of rights for victims, automatic imprisonment for repeat offenders.
- Barack Obama in Huffington Post (blog)
I want to repeat this,he added. "Critical to deep space exploration will be the development of breakthrough propulsion systems and other advanced technologies."
- President Bush in International Herald Tribune
As we make the regulatory and institutional changes necessary to avoid a repeat of this crisis, it is essential that we preserve the foundations of democratic capitalism - a commitment to free markets, free enterprise, and free trade,Bush...
- John McCain in Boston Globe
Why does Senator Obama believe it's so important to repeat that idea over and over again? Because he knows it's very difficult to get Americans to believe something they know is false,McCain said.