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repairman a man whose occupation is making repairs.
reparable capable of being restored, repaired, or made good.
reparation the act or process of making amends for wrongdoing or injury. [3 definitions]
reparative pertaining to the act of repairing. [2 definitions]
repark combined form of park.
repartee a quick, clever reply; witty retort. [3 definitions]
repast a meal, or the food eaten at a meal.
repatch combined form of patch.
repatriate to send back or restore (a political refugee or prisoner of war) to the country of origin or citizenship. [2 definitions]
repattern combined form of pattern.
repave combined form of pave.
repay to pay back (a loan or other debt). [4 definitions]
repayable combined form of repay.
repeal to withdraw, revoke, or make void, esp. by official action or proclamation. [2 definitions]
repealable combined form of repeal.
repeat to state or utter again (what has already been said). [7 definitions]
repeatable combined form of repeat.
repeated occurring again and again.
repeatedly again and again; many times in a row.
repeater one that repeats. [3 definitions]
repeating decimal a decimal in which one or more digits is repeated indefinitely; circulating decimal.