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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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renditionren‧di‧tion /renˈdɪʃən/ noun  1 [countable usually singular, uncountable]APMAPT someone’s performance of a play, piece of music etc He gave a moving rendition of Lennon’s ‘Imagine’.2 [countable]ALTRANSLATE a translation of a piece of writingrendition of an English rendition of a Greek poem
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renditionBut before we left, Jeff gave an amazingly loud and accurate rendition of the barred owl.He was a celebrity because of it, stopped often by people and asked for another rendition.Later, your teen-ager and her hunky guy practice a hip rendition of a cool new dance.My rendition of Parma climbing to Ambadji was to become a popular set-piece for evening entertainment.Vaughn's rendition of "Body and Soul" won the competition.Further, the Fugitive Slave Act specifically provided for the rendition of runaways in the northwestern and southwestern territories.
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