To reiterate something is to say or do something again, or many times. Let me reiterate: if you repeat yourself, you're reiterating the thing you originally said.
- Pronunciation: / rɪ'ɪtəret/
- English description: to say, state, or perform again
- Synonyms: repeat
- Chinese Translation: 重申(chong2 shen1)
- Spanish Translation: reiterar
- ORIGIN: This verb is from Middle English reiteraten, from Latin reiteratus, from reiterare "to repeat," from the prefix re- "again" plus iterare "to repeat, iterate." The English word iterate has the same meaning as reiterate, although it is not as commonly used.
- Sanders has insisted, and reiterated on Thursday, that his wife Jane is responsible for the taxes in their household.
- The agency reiterated that meldonium’s prohibition was not in doubt.
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