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rectangular
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n. having the shape of a rectangle; having one or more right angles
This rectangular figure twice as long as it is wide.
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recur
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v. reappear; happen or occur again
This story will recur lots of times in the next month.
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refine
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v. purify; make more precise; improve
They refine many valuable nutrients out of the foods in our modern diet.
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refrigerate
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v. preserve by chilling; cool or chill something
Please refrigerate these foods, or they will spoil.
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refrigerator
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n. machines in which food can be stored at low temperatures
Having the refrigerator is truly quite helpful since we are doing nearly all the cooking for ourselves.
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rehearse
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v. practice; drill; engage in preparation for a public performance
You can rehearse your presentation to make sure that it fits within a certain time frame.
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reimburse
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v. pay back for some expense incurred
You must make the payments directly to those service providers; you can't just reimburse the people with who you are benefiting.
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reinterpretation
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n. a new or different interpretation
There are others who suggest a reinterpretation of existing models.
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rejuvenate
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v. make young again; restore to youthful vigor or appearance
The Charlatan claimed that his elixir would rejuvenate the aged and weary.
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relax
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v. make less severe or strict; become less tense
Our new colleague should relax if he sees that we are a friendly group.
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relay
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n. act of passing something along from one person, group, or station to another
The second connection to the relay is a cable to the network port on the PC.
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relevance
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n. relation of something to the matter at hand; applicability to social issues
MBA programs are run throughout the world because their relevance is across industries, business sectors, and economies.
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relevant
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a. pertinent; having a connection with the matter at hand
The only way for a value brand like ours to remain relevant is to provide innovation that sets us apart.
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religion
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n. belief in supernatural power regarded as creator and governor of the universe
Politics and religion are daily topics of conversation.
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religious
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a. of religion; concerned with religion; having or showing belief in and reverence for God or a deity
In the meantime, his plans to marry his American sweetheart fell apart due to religious and cultural differences.
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remark
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v. mark in a notable manner; distinguish clearly; make noticeable or conspicuous; point out; take notice of
Salam's emails push me to remark once again that one of the best kinds of tax increases we could pursue would be higher taxes on alcohol.
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remind
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v. recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
I would remind you of your lady's existence, sir, which the law recognizes, if you do not.
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reminder
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n. a message that helps to remember something
But earlier in the day, a reminder of the tensions which still exist here, a house was set on fire; it's the fourth such fire in six weeks.
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rent
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n. payment, usually of an amount fixed by contract
Oh, did I mention that the rent is the same as what I'm paying here?
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repertoire
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n. list of works of music or drama; class of compositions in a genre; range or number of skills
In fact, most of their concert repertoire is by living composers.
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