Repertoire Definition

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1. A male moth flies upwind to a scent, and it goes through a very complicated repertoire to do it. 1
2. a pianist with a wide repertoire. 1
3. A repertoire of tricks will astound the esteemed public. 1
4. A self is a repertoire of behavior appropriate to a given set of contingencies. 1
5. A slender 26-year-old from Japan who is the undefeated champion in hot-dog eating competitions has broadened his repertoire, wowing an American crowd by munching 69 hamburgers in eight minutes. 1
6. A total comprehensive view was now available complete with a repertoire of techniques for implementation. 1
7. Ackroyd's truest prose occurs when he applies himself to the imitation of ancient and recent writers - a repertoire of others. 1
8. All offered plays are repertoire of Peking Opera that are carefully selected. 1
9. An actor has to build a character and extend his own emotional repertoire. 1
10. Another parser named space _ p is included in Spirit's repertoire of predefined parsers. 1
11. As evolution progresses, more and more features of resemblance are added to the repertoire of the insects. 1
12. As in his recordings of the last three Tchaikovsky Symphonies, Klemperer reveals a temperamental antipathy towards excessive emotionalism in Romantic repertoire. 1
13. As the original movie, "the signboard repertoire up" in Chinese edition of the musical theme songs in the reserves of the important position. 1
14. At this stage, yet another set of variations in the cuckoo's virtuoso repertoire of adaptations comes into play. 1
15. Begin with small Smarty adaptations and expand your repertoire as needs dictate and you grow more proficient. 1
16. Books like these contain much music which is transitory but include insufficient hymnody from the traditional repertoire. 1
17. But perhaps most important, a cooking repertoire of three basic recipes can get anyone into the kitchen and beyond the realm of takeout food, microwaved popcorn and bologna sandwiches in a few days. 1
18. But to be truly livable a city requires a rich repertoire of urban housing. 1
19. Can choose bright - coloured, through large repertoire and clear screen admire. 1
20. Consequently, there is a trend towards a wider and rather more secular choice of repertoire. 1
21. Daniel Oates has invented a repertoire of three-dimensional cartoon characters to populate his work. 1
22. Euripides' satire on the paranoia of the idealist has always been the cult play of the Attic repertoire. 1
23. Every general-purpose computer has its own unique instruction repertoire. 1
24. Gradually you should be able to phase out the tangible reinforcers when tantrums are no longer a major part of her repertoire. 1
25. Having a limited repertoire of genes to focus on will "hopefully speed up the development of new therapies for leishmaniasis", he says. 1
26. He had time to amass a large repertoire of 32 concertos and many dozens of solo works. 1
27. He has a wide repertoire of dirty jokes. 1
28. He has added considerably to his piano repertoire. 1
29. He remembers a culinary repertoire consisting of kippers alternating with macaroni in tomato sauce. 1
30. Her declared love of cakes has become an established part of her repertoire. 1
 

Repertoire

[ˈrepə(r)ˌtwär]

NOUN

repertoires (plural noun)

  - a stock of plays, dances, or pieces that a company or a performer knows or is prepared to perform.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En