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rep in Theatre topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreprep /rep/ noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [countable] informalBB a sales representative2 [countable]BBC someone who speaks officially for a company, organization, or group of people syn representativestaff/union/company etc rep πŸ”Š You need to speak to the students’ rep. πŸ”Š Safety reps have the right to stop the job when workers are in danger.3 [countable] American English a representative4 [countable, uncountable]APT repertory, or a repertory theatre or company πŸ”Š Most actors start off in rep.5 [countable] American English spokenP a reputation6 [countable] one exercise that you do in a series of exercises syn repetition πŸ”Š Do 15 reps of each exercise.
Examples from the Corpus
repβ€’ Coincidentally they received a phone call from a double glazing company to see if a rep could call round.β€’ In addition, three Askews' reps will combine forces with Chivers' force of two, to represent Chivers to libraries.β€’ Williams has a bad rep, both on and off the field.β€’ MTV reps confirmed that the station will not show the video.β€’ I had lots of new reps and I wanted them to be successful.β€’ Fox was one of two player reps who voted against the collective bargaining agreement.β€’ When I called the sales rep said it hadn't been dispatched.β€’ It's probably due to all those sales reps in their Sierras and Cavaliers.β€’ I go through the reps to do that.β€’ It gives me credibility with the reps.staff/union/company etc repβ€’ Now, I knew staff reps who were as good as lawyers, who could hold their own in a court.β€’ Are local officers, or staff reps, really capable of collective bargaining?β€’ Keith is the union rep in the school.β€’ When union reps sought an 8-cent increase, they and hundreds of other workers were sacked.