repeatverb

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  • ento say, write, do, make, or begin something again

Examples

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And now, the rings.
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Vince, place your ring on Lorna's finger and repeat after me.
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"Through this ring, I, Vincent Muccio, accept you, Lorna Morello, as my wife
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now and for all time."
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Through this ring, I, Vincent Muccio, accept you, Lorna Morello, as my wife,
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now and for all time.
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So I go to the first case.
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Smash!
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Steal a bunch of watches, move over to the second case.
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Smash! Bracelets.
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But then we hear a sound and...
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I yell, "*Speaking French.*"
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And I know what that means because I'm French,
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but I ask you to repeat it in English just to be sure.
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- Police are here! - Yes!
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What am I gonna do about Barry beating my record?
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There's only one thing you can do: sabotage.
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You gotta take Barry out.
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Excuse me. Hi.
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Were you videotaping that?
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'Cause I'm sort of planning a crime against a child here.
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I can't do that.
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I'm his coach.
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No, but I can.
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You'd do it for me?
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I'd do it for me.
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I'm a docent, Stan.
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If he breaks your record, I'm out of a job.
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And I will not go back to Relax the Back.
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I repeat, I won't go back to Relax the Back as long as Douglas works there.
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And we both know Douglas is gonna work there for the rest of his life.
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All right, Roger.
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Let's do it.
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So you've always been like a daredevil, but you've done —
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- I think I've talked to you about you swim with sharks, or you have. - Yeah.
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- And you've jumped out of an airplane. - Yeah.
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- On a regular basis, or ⁠— Once. - I only did that once.
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Will you do it again?
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When both parachutes don't open, you tend to not go repeat something like that, yeah.
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What are you talking about? Well then, how'd you get down?
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I jumped out of the airplane, and then my first chute didn't open.
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I got fired.
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I just wanted to give the kids a good vacation.
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I'm gonna need you to repeat the words you said 'cause I didn't hear them.
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You're so high.
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So I'm using the HD Definition eyebrow pencil.
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And I like to start in the middle of my brow.
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Do like little hair strokes, back and forth.
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And I'm just going to brush it through to make sure it really looks like natural hair.
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The Kiko Eyebrow Fibers colored mascara,
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and I love this so much because it gives the right amount of color.
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And it doesn't, like, overdo it.
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I'm going to carve out my eyebrows using that two and two brush again.
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I'm just going to run it through.
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So I'm going to repeat the steps on the other side, now.
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It's going to look totally cute.
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People who speak all on one note are really quite hard to listen to if they don't have any prosody at all.
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That's where the word "monotonic" comes from,
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or monotonous, monotone.
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Also, we have repetitive prosody now coming in,
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where every sentence ends as if it were a question
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when it's actually not a question, it's a statement?
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And if you repeat that one,
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it's actually restricting your ability to communicate through prosody, which I think is a shame.
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So let's try and break that habit.
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Every instinct is going to tell you that this dough is too dry,
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but don't add liquid of any kind!
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Just roll it out to a 16 by 9 inch rectangle and fold in thirds like a letter,
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preferably with a bench scraper, like this one, which helps a lot in the shaping process:
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rolling it out, once again, into a 16 by 9 rectangle and folding in thirds,
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repeating the process 5 times,
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effectively making something closer to a quick puff pastry than a biscuit dough.

Other meanings for repeat...

repeatverb

  • ja繰り返す
  • ento happen more than once in the same way
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Today is repeating.
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Tell me you remember.
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Come on, you have to remember.
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Have you lost your *bleep* mind?
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This is a video called Maximizing Alphaness.
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What else happens?
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It's just this.
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Then it repeats itself.
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You just gotta breathe, subconsciously absorb it.
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Dinesh, this is the dumbest thing I've ever seen.
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Fuck yeah.
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Native Americans and the cowboys are coming together to fight a bigger giant.
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It's in the history books, isn't it?
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I mean, history just repeats itself.
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Have you ever used one of those?
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I have not.
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You have.
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No, had not.
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You have.
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Have.
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You have.
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Have, yes.
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No, we just call it emojis.
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Okay.
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All right.
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But it's exactly the same thing.
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History repeats itself.
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So do you like that they repeat over and over?
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Yeah.
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Yeah, I like it.
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Because I wanna see different details.
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Yes and no.
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Yes, because it's kinda funny.
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No, I say, because it's really annoying after a while.