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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Late Latin
Origin: repertorium 'list', from Latin reperire 'to find'

repertory

noun
     
Related topics: Theatre
rep‧er‧to‧ry plural repertories
1 [uncountable]APT a type of theatre work in which actors perform different plays on different days, instead of doing the same play for a long time:
a repertory company
2 [countable]x-ref formal a repertoire

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