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repertoire

rep·er·toire

repertoire

 
 
pronunciation:
re pr twar
features:
Word Combinations (noun)
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the stock or list of artistic pieces, such as dramatic or operatic roles, that a player or company of players is prepared to perform.
Oscar Wilde's famous play "The Importance of Being Earnest" is part of the repertoire of many theater companies.
definition 2: the collection of special skills or abilities of a person or group of people.
I can do many things, but sewing is not in my repertoire.
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