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Noun
A vivid depiction or representation of someone or something in art or literature
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“Scorsese concentrates on a smoky, artistic rendering of a lone boxer in an imaginary ring shadowboxing to the beautiful sounds of orchestral music.”
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The act or rewording or paraphrasing words or text
“The present translation is less rigidly tied to the text, though I hope not a less accurate rendering of the poem's meaning and emotional content.”
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A coating (such as of plaster) applied to a wall or surface
“We would recommend Hydrotite being applied to finish plastered rendering.”
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An account of a matter from a particular person's point of view
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The action of repeating something aloud from memory
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The action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials
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The conversion of something from one form or medium into another
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The carrying out of a plan, order, or course of action
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The mechanics of a movement
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A design plan or other technical drawing
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The fact or quality of being alike
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Present participle for to cause to become
“I was half-tempted to pick up a nearby acorn and chuck it at his head, in a feeble attempt to render him unconscious.”
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Present participle for to represent or depict, usually artistically or in literature
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“He machine-sewed sequins onto linen to render a view of iconic factories with smokestacks.”
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Present participle for to act or perform a portrayal of
“Lamb criticizes Cooke's incapacity to render on stage Richard's complexity as well as his duality of good and evil.”
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Present participle for to make a duplicate or exact copy of
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“Clemour made a very brave and bold move to render his own version of the popular award-winning English singer Adele's hit song.”
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Present participle for to rephrase words or translate them into another language
“Classical Latin hexameters are almost impossible to render into English literally.”
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Present participle for to offer or make available one's service or assistance
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“The broker must be in a position, at any time, every day, every hour of the day or night, to render his service to any and every buyer or seller.”
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Present participle for to submit or present for inspection or consideration
“If you fail to render your tax returns, there may be mechanisms in place to ensure that tax will still be paid.”
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Present participle for to yield, surrender or give up
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“The buyer is contracted by the clause in the contract of sale, to render the estate to the seller, when he shall think proper to exercise his right of redemption.”
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Present participle for to deliver a verdict or judgment
“You need a panel of rational people from both sides to consider the matter and render a fair judgment.”
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Present participle for to melt down (fat) in order to clarify it
“The men conducted most of this heavy work, while the women boiled the leaf fat from the entrails to render lard for shortening and lye soap.”
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Present participle for to bring about or cause something to happen
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Present participle for to render a depiction of something
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Present participle for to make, create or manufacture, usually from components or raw materials
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Present participle for to be capable of supplying
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Present participle for to represent in a particular style
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Present participle for to dissolve
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Present participle for to convey or express in a particular way or manner
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Grouting or cementing
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Present participle for voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up
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Present participle for to say or recite from memory
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Present participle for to remove contaminants or impurities from
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Present participle for to bestow an award or prize for merit or achievement
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Present participle for to change or cause to change in nature, state, form, or color
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Present participle for to forage for, or (figuratively) to quickly prepare, something
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Present participle for make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune
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Present participle for to make ineffective, unfit, or incapable
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(based on instrument used) Present participle for to produce music
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Present participle for to add or substitute new parts or components to some device, structure etc.
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Present participle for to state as a fact, usually forcefully
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Present participle for to direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
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Present participle for figure out, understand
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Present participle for to respond to (a gesture or action) by making a corresponding one
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Present participle for to cause (two or more things) to exchange places
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Present participle for to be victorious over
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Present participle for to make sure or certain of something
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