rendition is a policy that, until now, most thought only Cheney could truly love.
Jessica Pare serenaded Don Draper on Mad Men but the fascination with her rendition of “Zou Bisou Bisou” is still a bit baffling.
He is also supposed to have serenaded his captives with his own rendition of Charles Aznavour love songs.
Lovato performed her rendition during Kiss 108's Kiss Concert 2013 back in May in front of thousands of screaming fans.
Each holding a sign bearing the name of each life lost, they gathered on stage to sing a rendition of “Hallelujah.”
His voice was high, clear, and musical, and his rendition was absolutely correct.
Oh, Mr. Gilbert, what did you think of Mr. Tree's rendition of Hamlet?
Miss Waddleton vetoed my plans for the rendition of the balcony scene at commencement next month.
Such a rendition will be treated as a contribution from a part to the whole.
On the third rendition the latter roused from where he was slumped down.
c.1600, "surrender of a place or possession," from obsolete French rendition "a rendering," noun of action from Old French rendre "to deliver, to yield" (see render (v.)). Meaning "translation" first recorded 1650s; that of "an acting, a performing" first recorded 1858, American English.