repetir


repetir
v.
1 to repeat (hacer, decir de nuevo).
repíteme tu apellido could you repeat your surname?, could you tell me your surname again?
te lo he repetido mil veces I've told you a thousand times
repitió tercero (education) he repeated his third year
2 to repeat a year (pupil).
3 to have seconds (comensal).
4 to reproduce, to repeat.
5 to have second servings, to have second helpings.
6 to retake.
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repetir
Conjugation model [SERVIR], like {{link=servir}}servir
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to repeat
¿puedes repetir la pregunta? can you repeat the question?
se lo repetí dos veces I told him twice
2 (volver a hacer) to do again, do over again
verbo intransitivo
1 (volver a servirse) to have a second helping
quisimos repetir de pescado we wanted some more fish
2 (venir a la boca) to repeat (on one), come up
el ajo repite garlic repeats
3 EDUCACIÓN to repeat a year
verbo pronominal repetirse
1 (persona) to repeat oneself
ese escritor se repite en cada novela that writer repeats himself in each novel
2 (hecho) to recur
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FRASEOLOGÍA
¡que no se repita! don't let it happen again!
¡que se repita! encore!, more!
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verb
to repeat
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1.
VT (=reiterar) to repeat; (=rehacer) to do again

le repito que es imposible — I repeat that it is impossible

los niños repiten lo que hacen las personas mayores — children imitate adults

repetir el postre — to have a second helping o seconds * of dessert

repetir un curso — to repeat a year

2. VI
1) (=servirse de nuevo) to have a second helping

se comió un buen plato y repitió — she ate a large plateful and then had a second helping

2) [ajo, pepino, chorizo]

el pepino repite mucho — cucumber keeps repeating on you

las cebollas me repiten — onions repeat on me

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <pregunta/explicación> to repeat

¿me lo puedes repetir? — could you repeat it, please?

hay que repetirle las cosas diez veces — you have to tell her everything ten times

se lo repetí hasta la saciedad — I told him until I was blue in the face (colloq)

que no te lo tenga que volver a repetir! — don't let me have to tell you again!

2) <tarea> to do ... again; <programa> to repeat, rerun; <experimento> to repeat; <curso/asignatura> to repeat

una experiencia que no quiero repetir — an experience I don't want to repeat

tuvo que repetir la pieza — he had to play the piece again

3) <plato> have a second helping of, to have seconds of (colloq)
4) <ajo/pepino>

he estado repitiendo la cebolla — the onion's been repeating on me

2.
repetir vi
1) (volver a comer) have a second helping, to have seconds (colloq)
2) pimientos/pepinos to repeat

el ajo me repite — garlic repeats on me

3) (Educ) to repeat a year/course
3.
repetirse v pron
1) fenómeno/incidente to recur, happen again; persona to repeat oneself

la historia se repite — (fr hecha) history repeats itself

2) (Chi) (volver a comer) to have a second helping, have seconds (colloq)
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= rehearse, reiterate, repeat, restate [re-state], echo, rerun [re-run], retrace.
Ex. However, it seems worth rehearsing some of the arguments again here in this particular context and identifying specifically how these problems are negotiated in a data base using natural language indexing.
Ex. Nevertheless, it is worth reiterating that notation is added to the list of subjects that comprise the schedules of a classification scheme after the subjects to be included and their order have been settled.
Ex. Also, some aspects of some of the schemes have already been considered in the last chapter, and these will obviously not be directly repeated.
Ex. These procedures have been dealt with in the previous section of this course and will not be restated here.
Ex. Kozol's emphasis on the rate of change must be echoed here.
Ex. Sometimes it is necessary to rerun the setup process, either to install a new database driver or change other configuration settings.
Ex. This trek provides an opportunity to authentically retrace part of his route of exploration.
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* la historia + repetirse = history + come full circle.
* la historia + volverse a repetir = history + come full circle.
* ¿Puede repetir? = I beg your pardon?.
* que se repite una y otra vez = recurring.
* repetir el recorrido = re-track [retrack].
* repetir hasta la saciedad = beat + Nombre + to death, flog + Nombre + to death.
* repetirse = recur.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <pregunta/explicación> to repeat

¿me lo puedes repetir? — could you repeat it, please?

hay que repetirle las cosas diez veces — you have to tell her everything ten times

se lo repetí hasta la saciedad — I told him until I was blue in the face (colloq)

que no te lo tenga que volver a repetir! — don't let me have to tell you again!

2) <tarea> to do ... again; <programa> to repeat, rerun; <experimento> to repeat; <curso/asignatura> to repeat

una experiencia que no quiero repetir — an experience I don't want to repeat

tuvo que repetir la pieza — he had to play the piece again

3) <plato> have a second helping of, to have seconds of (colloq)
4) <ajo/pepino>

he estado repitiendo la cebolla — the onion's been repeating on me

2.
repetir vi
1) (volver a comer) have a second helping, to have seconds (colloq)
2) pimientos/pepinos to repeat

el ajo me repite — garlic repeats on me

3) (Educ) to repeat a year/course
3.
repetirse v pron
1) fenómeno/incidente to recur, happen again; persona to repeat oneself

la historia se repite — (fr hecha) history repeats itself

2) (Chi) (volver a comer) to have a second helping, have seconds (colloq)
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= rehearse, reiterate, repeat, restate [re-state], echo, rerun [re-run], retrace.

Ex: However, it seems worth rehearsing some of the arguments again here in this particular context and identifying specifically how these problems are negotiated in a data base using natural language indexing.

Ex: Nevertheless, it is worth reiterating that notation is added to the list of subjects that comprise the schedules of a classification scheme after the subjects to be included and their order have been settled.
Ex: Also, some aspects of some of the schemes have already been considered in the last chapter, and these will obviously not be directly repeated.
Ex: These procedures have been dealt with in the previous section of this course and will not be restated here.
Ex: Kozol's emphasis on the rate of change must be echoed here.
Ex: Sometimes it is necessary to rerun the setup process, either to install a new database driver or change other configuration settings.
Ex: This trek provides an opportunity to authentically retrace part of his route of exploration.
* la historia + repetirse = history + come full circle.
* la historia + volverse a repetir = history + come full circle.
* ¿Puede repetir? = I beg your pardon?.
* que se repite una y otra vez = recurring.
* repetir el recorrido = re-track [retrack].
* repetir hasta la saciedad = beat + Nombre + to death, flog + Nombre + to death.
* repetirse = recur.

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repetir [I14 ]
vt
A ‹pregunta/explicación/advertencia› to repeat
¿me lo puedes repetir? could you repeat it, please?
repite como un loro todo lo que dice su marido she repeats, parrot fashion, everything her husband says
hay que repetirle las cosas diez veces para que entienda you have to tell her everything ten times to get her to understand
me cansé de repetirle que no lo hiciera I got fed up with telling him not to do it
se lo repetí hasta la saciedad I told him until I was blue in the face (colloq)
¡que no te lo tenga que volver a repetir! don't let me have to tell you again!
B ‹tarea› to do … again; ‹programa› to repeat; ‹experimento› to repeat, rerun; ‹curso/asignatura› to repeat
esto está mal, repítelo this is wrong, do it again
es una experiencia que no quiero repetir it's an experience I don't want to repeat
lo aplaudieron tanto que tuvo que repetir la pieza they applauded so much that he had to play the piece again
C ‹plato› to have a second helping of, to have seconds of (colloq)
D ‹ajo/pepino›
he estado repitiendo la cebolla toda la tarde the onion's been repeating on me all afternoon
■ repetir
vi
A (volver a comer) to have a second helping, to have seconds (colloq)
B «pimientos/pepinos» to repeat
el ajo me repite garlic repeats on me
C (Educ) to repeat a year/course
repetirse
v pron
A
1 «fenómeno/incidente» to recur, happen again
¡que no se vuelva a repetir! don't let it happen again!
la historia se repite (fr hecha); history repeats itself
2 «persona» to repeat oneself
B (Chi) (volver a comer) to have a second helping, to have seconds (colloq)
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repetir (conjugate repetir) verbo transitivo
a)pregunta/explicaciónto repeat;

¿me lo puedes repetir? could you repeat it, please?;

¡que no te lo tenga que volver a repetir! don't let me have to tell you again!
b)tareato do … again;

programato repeat, rerun;
experimento/curso/asignaturato repeat
c)platoto have a second helping of, to have seconds of (colloq)

verbo intransitivo
1 (volver a comer) to have a second helping, to have seconds (colloq)
2 [pimientos/pepinos] to repeat;
el ajo me repite garlic repeats on me

3 (Educ) to repeat a year/course
repetirse verbo pronominal
a) [fenómeno/incidente/sueño] to recur, happen again;

[persona] to repeat oneself
b) (Chi) (volver a comer) to have a second helping, have seconds (colloq)

repetir
I verbo transitivo
1 (un gesto, acción, juicio, palabras) to repeat
2 (un trabajo) to do again: tendrás que repetir la redacción, you'll have to redo your composition
3 (volver a servirse algún alimento) to have a second helping: repetí arroz dos veces, I had three helpings of rice
4 Educ to repeat
II verbo intransitivo
1 Educ to repeat a year
2 (volver a servirse el plato) to have a second helping
3 (un alimento) el ajo me repite, garlic repeats on me
'repetir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
citar
- más
- poder
- coro
- fastidiar
- limitar
- literalmente
- pie
- practicar
- repita
- retransmitir
English:
defy
- do over
- duplicate
- echo
- helping
- repeat
- replicate
- reprise
- restate
- roll back
- second
- regurgitate
- reiterate
- replay
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repetir
vt
1. [hacer, decir de nuevo] to repeat;
[ataque] to renew;
vas a tener que repetir la redacción you're going to have to rewrite it;
repíteme tu apellido could you repeat your surname?, could you tell me your surname again?;
el bebé repite todo lo que dicen sus padres the baby repeats everything his parents say;
te lo he repetido mil veces I've told you a thousand times;
te lo voy a repetir: no quiero ir I'm going to tell you one more time: I don't want to go;
no me gustaría repetir una experiencia así I wouldn't like to repeat an experience like that
2. Educ
repitió tercero he repeated his third year
3. [en comida] to have seconds of;
voy a repetir postre [en un restaurante] I'm going to have another dessert;
[en casa] I'm going to have some more dessert o another helping of dessert
vi
1. Educ to repeat a year
2. [sabor, alimento]
repetir a alguien to repeat on sb;
el ajo repite mucho garlic really repeats on you;
me está repitiendo la cebolla the onion is repeating on me
3. [de comida] to have seconds;
esta ensalada me encanta, voy a repetir I love this salad, I'm going to have some more of it
See also the pronominal verb repetirse
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repetir
I v/t repeat
II v/i de comida repeat
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repetir {54} vt
1) : to repeat
2) : to have a second helping of
See also the reflexive verb repetirse
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repetir vb
1. (en general) to repeat
¿puede repetir la pregunta? can you repeat the question?
tuvo que repetir curso he had to repeat the year
2. (volver a hacer) to do again
repitió el ejercicio he did the exercise again
3. (tomar más comida) to have a second helping
voy a repetir paella I'm going to have a second helping of paella

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