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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: répertoire, from Late Latin repertorium; REPERTORY

repertoire

noun
     
Related topics: Performing
rep‧er‧toire [countable usually singular]
1AP all the plays, pieces of music etc that a performer or group knows and can perform
in somebody's repertoire
The group include some techno in their repertoire.
2 the total number of things that someone or something is able to do:
the behavioral repertoire of infants

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