Definition of repeated in English:

repeated

adjective

  • Done or occurring again several times in the same way.

    ‘there were repeated attempts to negotiate’
    ‘despite repeated requests, neither company gave a satisfactory answer’
    • ‘Repeated watching of violent or traumatic events on the television should be avoided.’
    • ‘In some centers, repeated bronchial biopsies are suggested to study the pathology.’
    • ‘Results of repeated tests for C difficile toxin were negative.’
    • ‘Many of the scenes are repeated in slow motion.’
    • ‘Henri Josserand condemned Western governments for failing to respond to repeated appeals for urgent food aid to the famine-stricken country.’
    • ‘Harper thanks the street gangs for the repeated attacks on his campaign for his soaring poll numbers.’
    • ‘The discrepancies in the payment of pensions discussed earlier are repeated in the values of state pensions.’
    • ‘Programmable shunts allow surgeons to adjust the settings on the shunt from outside the body, thereby decreasing the need for repeated surgeries.’
    • ‘In Leeds hospitals alone 60-70,000 admissions are drink-related - a picture repeated across the region.’
    • ‘The chicken motif is repeated at several times in the film.’
    • ‘The benefit term is discounted by the probability of a repeated game q, showing the importance of frequent encounters.’
    • ‘Kreuger made money from money, offering hefty dividends to attract investors to the repeated share offerings from his companies.’
    • ‘The US scotched repeated attempts at the UN to establish a peacekeeping force on the ground in the Territories.’
    • ‘A short melody, usually in the bass, repeated continually with changing upper parts.’
    • ‘Both workers were employed by the Jorge Erazo Company, a subcontractor under investigation for repeated violations of safety rules.’
    • ‘Meridian acupuncture treatments were repeated from two to four times a month.’
    • ‘In addition, repeated simulations with the same set of parameter values were very consistent in their outcomes.’
    • ‘This evening of appetising dishes to tingle the tastebuds is to be repeated on Saturday, November 24.’
    • ‘Best of all is the chapters on money management, which are repeated almost verbatim for each game.’
    • ‘Five dissident Iranian authors have been assassinated over the last two years following repeated death threats.’

Pronunciation:

repeated

/rəˈpēdəd/