Part of speech:
To answer; reply
Said, done, or occurring again and again:
Commonly accepted or recognized.
To deliver or pronounce formally:
To pass or be transferred to another or others
To pronounce; utter:
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
To bring into being; give rise to:
To perform for an audience:
To recall is defined as to bring, call back or remember.
To come, or go, again into the presence of; to join the company of again.
To make a return thrust.
(Archaic) To return in kind; pay back.
To have a tendency to approach or go back to a statistical mean.
To direct that (a charge) apply to the person receiving instead of making a telephone call.
To present oneself:
A plaintiff’s response to a defendant’s answer or counterclaim in a civil case; a plaintiff’s response (with the court’s permission) to a charge from a third party; in common law, the answer of the plaintiff to the answer or pleading of the defendant; the reply may be followed by a rejoinder by the defendant. the act of responding to a pleading of an opposing party.
1918, W. B. Maxwell, chapter 22, The Mirror and the Lamp:
To give (something) in return; to pay back; to pay, as something earned or deserved.
To earn (a specified total amount) before expenses are deducted
To manage to achieve an increase of:
To call attention; refer. Used with to :
To restore or reduce to its natural or metallic state
(Law) To subject to reexamination
To recover possession of (something lost or taken away); get back:
To go back over the course by which one has come.
To retreat is to withdraw or back away, especially from a dangerous or unpleasant situation or from a military engagement.
(Baseball) To end the batting turn of (a batter, side, etc.) by putting the batter, side, etc. out
To go over again visually or in memory
To recoil is to spring back or back away.
To repay (money spent); refund.
To act in a reverse way; go back to a former condition, stage, etc.
To exchange holdings or goods for money.
(Econ.) To create (anything having exchange value)
To pay is defined as to give someone what is due, usually money, for goods or services.
To clear as profit.
To gain especially for the performance of service, labor, or work:
To withdraw (money).
To gain (a given amount) as net profit or earnings.
(Linguistics) To articulate; pronounce:
To repeat or reflect (sound) from a surface
To move against another, as when attacking:
Request means to ask for something.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
Reflect is something that doesn't absorb or that mirrors back whatever is coming into it or looking at it.
Approach means to move close to something.
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