[ rep-i-tend, rep-i-tend ]
/ ˈrɛp ɪˌtɛnd, ˌrɛp ɪˈtɛnd /
Mathematics. the part of a repeating decimal that is repeated, as 1234 in 0.123412341234. …
Music. a phrase or sound that is repeated.
Prosody. a word, phrase, line or longer element that is repeated, sometimes with variation, at irregular intervals in a poem.
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Origin of repetend
1705–15; <Latin repetendum that which is to be repeated, neuter gerund of repetere to repeat
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British Dictionary definitions for repetend
/ (ˈrɛpɪˌtɛnd, ˌrɛpɪˈtɛnd) /
maths the digit or series of digits in a recurring decimal that repeats itself
Word Origin for repetend
C18: from Latin repetendum what is to be repeated, from repetere to repeat
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Scientific definitions for repetend
[ rĕp′ĭ-tĕnd′ ]
The digit or group of digits that repeats infinitely in a repeating decimal. The repetend of the decimal form of 512 (0.4166666…) is 6.
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