reiterate

[ree-it-uh-reyt]
verb (used with object), reiterated, reiterating.
to say or do again or repeatedly; repeat, often excessively.

Origin:
1520–30; < Latin reiterātus, past participle of reiterāre to repeat, equivalent to re- re- + iterāre to repeat, derivative of iterum again; see -ate1

reiterable, adjective
reiteration, noun
reiterative [ree-it-uh-rey-tiv, -er-uh-tiv] , adjective
unreiterable, adjective
unreiterated, adjective
unreiterating, adjective
unreiterative, adjective


See repeat.
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reiterate (riːˈɪtəˌreɪt)
 
vb
(tr; may take a clause as object) to say or do again or repeatedly
 
[C16: from Latin reiterāre to repeat, from re- + iterāre to do again, from iterum again]
 
re'iterant
 
adj
 
reiter'ation
 
n
 
re'iterative
 
adj
 
re'iteratively
 
adv

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reiterate
1526, from L. reiteratus, pp. of reiterare "to repeat," from re- "again" + iterare "to repeat," from iterum "again."
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Example sentences
He also reiterates, for the millionth time, the components of the scientific
  method.
The author reiterates that his reference to seventy hours a weeks was not the
  result of a study.
The memo reiterates requirements of the regulation and clarifies several areas
  where there has been confusion.
In support of this contention, he reiterates objections to the magistrate's
  opinion that he raised in the trial court.
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