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repair1 to put in good condition again after damage has been done; fix. [5 definitions]
repay to pay back. [3 definitions]
repeal to do away with or cancel officially. [2 definitions]
repeat to state or say again. [5 definitions]
repeatedly again and again; many times in a row.
repel to ward off or force back. [3 definitions]
repellent causing disgust or dislike. [3 definitions]
repetition the act or process of repeating. [2 definitions]
replace to put in place of. [3 definitions]
replacement the act or process of substituting or replacing. [2 definitions]
reply to give an answer in words or writing. [4 definitions]
report a statement or account of something. [5 definitions]
report card a written report of a student's progress in school that is usually sent to the student's home.
reportedly according to what has been said or according to rumor.
reporter a person whose job is to gather and report news for a newspaper or magazine, or for a television station or radio station.
represent to stand for or be a sign of. [4 definitions]
representation the showing or picturing of something in a work of art.
representative a person who speaks or acts for a group or community. [4 definitions]
reproduce to make a copy of. [3 definitions]
reproduction the process of reproducing or being reproduced. [3 definitions]
reptile a cold-blooded animal with a skeleton inside its body and dry scales or hard plates on its skin. Most reptiles lay eggs with soft, leathery shells. Some kinds of reptiles live in water, but use their noses to breathe air into their lungs. Lizards, turtles, snakes, and crocodiles are kinds of reptiles. Most reptiles have short legs, but snakes creep on the ground without legs.