[rep-i-tish-uh n] /ˌrɛp ɪˈtɪʃ ən/
the act of , or doing, saying, or writing something again; action, performance, production, or presentation.
repeated utterance; reiteration.
something made by or resulting from repeating.
a reproduction, copy, or replica.
Civil Law. an action or demand for the recovery of a payment or delivery made by error or upon failure to fulfill a condition.
the act or an instance of repeating; reiteration
a thing, word, action, etc, that is repeated
a replica or copy
(civil law, Scots law) the recovery or repayment of money paid or received by mistake, as when the same bill has been paid twice
early 15c., “act of saying over again,” from Old French repetition and directly from Latin repetitionem (nominative repetitio) “a repeating,” noun of action from past participle stem of repetere “do or say again” (see repeat (v.)). Of actions, attested from 1590s.
[ri-pet-i-tiv] /rɪˈpɛt ɪ tɪv/ adjective 1. pertaining to or characterized by . /rɪˈpɛtɪtɪv/ adjective 1. characterized by or given to unnecessary repetition; boring: dull, repetitive work adj. 1805, from Latin repetit-, past participle stem of repetere “do or say again” (see repeat (v.)) + -ive. Related: Repetitively; repetitiveness.
adjective 1. not yielding a profit, esp because organized or established for some other reason: a non-profit-making organization
[non-prof-it] /nɒnˈprɒf ɪt/ adjective 1. not established for the purpose of making a ; not entered into for money: a nonprofit institution. noun 2. a nonprofit organization, institution, corporation, or other entity. /nɒnˈprɒfɪt/ adjective 1. another word for non-profit-making noun 2. an organization that is not intended to make a profit adj. also nonprofit, 1922, […]
[ri-pawrt, -pohrt] /rɪˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt/ noun 1. an account or statement describing in detail an event, situation, or the like, usually as the result of observation, inquiry, etc.: a report on the peace conference; a medical report on the patient. 2. a statement or announcement. 3. a widely circulated statement or item of news; rumor; gossip. […]