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rendering an interpretive performance of a dramatic or musical creation. [3 definitions]
rendezvous a meeting that has been arranged beforehand. [5 definitions]
rendition an interpretive performance of a dramatic or musical work. [2 definitions]
René Descartes a French philosopher and mathematician (b.1596--d.1650).
renegade someone who deserts a religion, cause, or group to follow another; traitor. [3 definitions]
renege to fail to do what one has promised; go back on one's word. [2 definitions]
renest combined form of nest.
renew to restore to original or near-original condition. [6 definitions]
renewable able to be revived, regenerated, or restored to an original state or condition. [2 definitions]
renewable energy any form of energy that is naturally replenished within a human lifetime, such as solar energy or wind power.
renewable energy source any source of energy that is naturally replenished within a human lifetime.
renewal the act of renewing or state of being renewed. [2 definitions]
reni- kidney.
reniform in the shape of a kidney, as certain leaves.
renminbi the chief monetary unit of the People's Republic of China, equaling ten jiao or one hundred fen; yuan. [2 definitions]
rennet the lining of the fourth stomach of a calf or of the stomach of certain other young ruminating animals, or a substance from such a stomach. [2 definitions]
rennin the chief enzyme in rennet.
renounce to give up (a right or claim) usu. by formal declaration or announcement; waive. [5 definitions]
renovate to put in good condition by repairing, remodeling, or the like; refurbish.
renovation the act or process of repairing and updating (a building or the like) so that the condition is improved and meets current standards.
renown wide honor and acclaim; fame.